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PRICED CATALOGUE 



OF 



Artists' Materials 



Oil Painting, 

Pastel Painting, 

Sketching, 

Crayon Drawing, 

Gilding, 

Interior Decorations, 



SUPPLIES FOR 

Tapestry Painting, 
Water Color Painting, 
Fresco Painting, 
Draughting, 
Designing, 
Etching, 

AND 



China Painting, 

Pen and Ink Drawing, 

Scene Painting, 

Miniature Painting, 

Modeling, 

Illustrating, 



DRAWING MATERIALS 

For Architects and Engineers, Manual Training Schools 
and Colleges. 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co. 

Manufacturers and Importers of 

COLORS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES, 



AND 



ARTISTS' MATERIALS. 



Cor. Fulton and William Sts. 
NEW YORK. 



No. 176 Randolph Street, 
CHICAGO. 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co. 




TRADE MARK. 



ESTABLISHED 1755. 

DIRECTORS: 

F. W. Devoe. 

j. Bbateb Page, 
e. l. molineux. 

E. H. Raynoi-ds. 

G. A. Meter. 
G. W. Betts. 

C. C. Barrett. 
I. W. Drummond. 




TRADE MARK. 



Offices and Salesrooms: 

CORNER OF FULTON AND WILLIAM STREETS, NEW YORK. 

176 RANDOLPH STREET, CHICAGO. 

PAINT, BRUSH and ARTISTS' MATERIALS FACTORIES: 

98, 100, 102, 104, 100, 108, 110, 112 Horatio Street, 

99, 101, 103, 105, 107, 109, 111 Jane Street, 

New York. 



MIXED PAINT, DRY COLOR and WHITING FACTORIES : 

273, 275, 277, 279, 281, 283, 285, 287, 289 Plymouth Street, 

146, 148, 150, 152, 154, 156, 158, 160 John Street, 

33 Gold Street, 

Brooklyn. 



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VARNISH FACTORY : 

213, 215, 217, 219 Railroad Avenue, 

Newark, N. J. 



WESTERN PAINT FACTORY : 

228, 230, 232, 234 South Clinton Street, 

Chicago. 



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WILLIAM POST, 
Painter and Glazier, 

43 Water Street, N. Y. 
1755-1770. 



WILLIAM POST, 

Dealer in Paints, Glass, Colors. 

1770-1798. 
Moved to Water St., cor. Fletcher, in 1794. 

WILLIAM POST & SONS, 

Water Street, cor. Fletcher. 

1798-1800. 



WILLIAM & GERARDUS POST, 

Water Street, cor. Fletcher. 
1800-1834 



WILLIAM POST, 

Water Street, cor. Fletcher. 
1834-1836. 



BUTLER & BARKER, 

Water Street, cor. Fletcher. 

1836-1846. 



FRANCIS BUTLER, 

Water Street, cor. Fletcher. 

1846-1848. 



BUTLER & RAYNOLDS, 

Water Street, cor. Fletcher. 

1848-1851. 



C. T RAYNOLDS, 

Water Street, cor. Fletcher. 

1851-1852. 



RAYNOLDS & DEVOE, 

Water Street, cor. Fletcher. 
1852-1855. 



RAYNOLDS, DEVOE & CO., 

106 Fulton Street. 

1855-1858. 



RAYNOLDS, DEVOE & PRATT, 

- 106-108 Fdlton Street. 
1858-1864. 



F. W. DEVOE & CO.. 

Fulton Street, cor. William. 

1864-1892. 



C. T. RAYNOLDS & CO., 

106-108 Fultoh Street. 

1864-1892. 



F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 

1892. 

Fulton St., cor. William, 176 Randolph Street, 

New York. Chicago. 



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INTRODUCTORY. 



TN this edition of our Catalogue of Artists Materials, we have included many staple 
I goods used in Drawing Designing, Decorating, Art and Scientific Education, manu- 
factured and imported by us-covering the most complete and extensive line carried by 

any firm. 

We have omitted from the descriptive list special remarks regarding the quality 
of tbe goods made by us, and it will suffice to rail attention here to the well-known 
fact that all manufactures bearing our name have a well-earned reputation for superi- 
ority in all desirable qualities. 

For the past thirty years we have given special attention to the manufacture of 
Artists' Materials; ample facilities, the most experienced workmen, improved machinery 
and methods have been utilized to bring these products of American industry to their 
present established reputation. Many eminent artists and amateurs have conceded that 
in many lines our goods are uot only equal, but superior to those of foreign production. 

Our Tube Colors have been used by the most eminent artists and by teachers 
of established reputation, for the past twenty-five years, and lead all American manu- 
factures of their kind. The utmost care will be taken in maintaining the quality. 

The best materials and care are used in preparing our Canvas, Academy Boards 
and Sketching Papers. We import the best British Flax Canvas, made for artists' use, 
and strict attention is given to the preparation of the Oils and Mediums used in the 
various Coatings. The Oil is made tough and elastic and the coats applied so a- to 
avoid "checking 11 or cracking. The Canvas used is of various textures, adopted upon 
the advice and as the results of the experience of our best artists. The surfaces are 
prepared with "tooth, 11 smooth or tine grain as desired. 

Our line of Brushes is most complete; every requirement of artists has been 
considered, and many special patterns adopted. No manufacturer shows such a 
variety, adapted to the necessities of every branch of art. We make to order Brushes 
and Pencils of any particular form or size needed. 

All of our Artists' Oils, Mediums and Varnishes are of choice selection, the in- 
gredients free from impurities and deleterious matter. 

The quality of the Oils, Mediums, etc., used, is of the utmost importance, the 
lasting quality of Paintings depending not only upon the pigments used, but upon the 
selection of Mediums of undoubted purity and quality. 

We call special attention to the list of goods used by artists in making drawings 
for illustration; this branch of art is becoming more important every day. and we 
have covered the wants of artists in this line thoroughly. 

We include complete lines of goods used in every branch of art, and have made 
the prices as low as consistent with our determination to maintain the high standing of 
quality of our goods. 

The concentration of our stocks enables us to make prompt shipment of standard 
goods, giving special attention to the wishes of our customers in this respect, and while 
we desire to accomodate our friends as much as possible, prompt shipments can only 
be made when standard goods are ordered, which can be taken from stock, and we ad- 
vise that orders be placed accordingly. 

With thanks for past favors, we trust that we may meet the requirements of our 
customers in the future. 

LSigned] F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



Important Notice. 



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I. Do not mutilate this Catalogue ; it is only necessary to give the quan- 
tity, name and size of the articles desired. 

II. Orders from parties with whom we have had no business transactions 
must be accompanied by references or remittance of amount to cover. When 
desiring the goods sent C. O. D. a remittance of double the amount of ex- 
press charges must always be sent with order. 

III. [Remittances can be made by Bank Draft, Express or P. O. Money 
Order made payable to us; when neither of these can be procured, U. S. or 
National Bank Notes or Postage Stamps can be sent by Registered Letter or 
Express. 

IV. All goods will be packed with the utmost care, and no allowance will 
be made for breakage. 

V. No claims allowed unless made within seven days after receipt of goods. 

VI. We never substitute goods in place of those ordered without consent, 
and goods sent as ordered are not returnable. No returned goods will be 
accepted without our previous consent. 

VIL All goods are shipped at purchaser's risk. 

VIII. Goods ordered sent by mail will be at buyer's risk only; cost of 
postage will be added to bill. 

IX. Liquids, Dry Colors and Oils, &c, are mailable only in special pack- 
ages approved by the P. O. authorities. It is therefore impracticable to send 
many such goods by mail, they should in all cases be sent by express or 
freight. 

X. Packing boxes for goods of a bulky nature will be charged at cost. 

XI. Prices are subject to change without further notice. 

(Signed; 

F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO., 

New York and Chicago. 



Notice to Dealers. 



Prompt shipment will be made of all orders for all goods enumerated in 
this Catalogue, and hereafter shipment will not be delayed for enclosures or 
the special goods of other dealers unless sjiecial request is given with th< 
order. 

Much delay has been caused by waiting for enclosures which are not de- 
livered to us in reasonable time, and our desire to accommodate our custom- 
ers by procuring small articles which we do not carry in stock and which 
often can not be obtained readily: customers are therefore requested to con- 
fine their orders to goods that we deal in, otherwise prompt shipment can 
not be expected. 

Our Canadian customers sending enclosures to us should have them ac- 
companied by the necessary manifests. 

Order all enclosures marked and delivered to 4i 110 Horatio St.,'' not 
later than the day our order is received. 



Notice to Consumers. 



The goods enumerated in this Catalogue can be had of most dealers in 
Artists' Materials in the United States and Canada. 

Parties desiring our goods will be furnished the name of the dealer near- 
est to them, on application. 

Should you not be able to obtain our goods we will send them direct. 




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Stores and Offices, 
Fclton Street, Corner William, New York. 



R W. DEVOE & GO'S 



Prepared Oil Colors, for Artists, 



IN COLLAPSIBLE TUBES. 



Single, Double, Treble and Quadruple Tubes. 



F. W. DEVOE & CO'S TUBE PAINTS are prepared from carefully-se- 
lected pigments— foreign or their own make—thoroughly incorpor- 
ated with the purest oil Objection is frequently made to 
the thin condition of many tube paints ground by for- 
eign makers; by F. W. D, <fe Co's system they 
secure that firm consistency and fineness 
of texture required by Artists. 



Dealers ordering assortments of Artists' Oil Colors in tubes of our manufacture will 
be furnished with an upright Wall Show Case. These are made in various sizes, with 
spaces holding a dozen of each color. Dimensions of cases and particulars on application. 



? .W.DEVOE&C.T. REYNOLDS CO 



F . W. DEVOE & CO'S 
Prepared Oil Colors for Artists' in Collapsible Tubes. 

SINGLE TUBES. 




% inch by 2 inches. 




i^ inch by 3 inches. 




\& inch by 4 inches. 



SINGLE TUBES-Class A By doz., $ .90. 



American Vermilion 

Antwerp Blue 

Asphaltum 

Bitumen 

Blanc de Laque 

Blue Black 

Bone Brown 

Brilliant Yellow 

Brown Ochre 

Brown Pink 

Burnt Umber 
Burnt Sienna 

Caledonian Brown 
Cappah Brown 
Chrome Green No. 0, P 
Chrome Green No. 1, L 
Chrome Green No. 2, M 
Chrome Green No. 3, D 
Chrome Yellow No. 1, L 
Chrome Yellow No. 2, M 
Chrome Yellow No. 3, D 
Chrome Orange 



Cork Black 

Chinese Blue 

C reran itz White 

Crimson Lake 

Emerald Green 

Flake White 

French Naples Yellow 

Flesh Ochre 

Gamboge 

Geranium Lake 

Greenish Naples Yellow 

Indian Lake 

Indian Red 

Indigo 

Italian Pink 

Ivory Black 

King's Yellow 

Lamp Black 

Light Red 

Megilp 

Mummy 

Mauve 



Magenta 

Naples Yellow No. 0, P 
Naples Yellow No. 1, L 
Naples Yellow No. 2, M 
Naples Yellow No. 3, D 
Neutral Tint 
New Blue 
Nopal Maroon 
Nopal Orange 
Nopal Bed 
Olive Lake 
Olive Green 
Oxford Ochre 
Payne's Grey 
Permanent Blue 
Permanent Yellow 
Permanent White 
Permanent G-een, 
Permanent Green, 
Permanent Green, 
Prussian Blue 
Prussian Green 



Light 

Medium 

Deep 



NEW YORK AND CHICAGO. 



F. W. Devoe & Co's Prepared Oil Colors, for Artists— Continued. 



SINGLE TUBES-CIass A-Continued. 



Purple Lake 
Raw Sienna 
Raw Umber 
Roman Ochre 
Sap Green 
Scarlet Lake 
Silver White 
Susrar of Lead 



Transparent Gold Ochre 
Transparent Black 
Terra Rosa 
Terre Verte 
Vandyke Brown 
Venetian Red 
Verdigris 
Verona Brown 



Yellow Lake 
Yellow Ochre 
Zinc White 
Zinc Yellow 
Zinnober Green, Liirht 
Zinnober Green, Medium 
Zinnober Green, Deep 



SINGLE TUBES-CIass B By doz., $1,60. 



Brown Madder 
Carnation Lake 
Cerulean Blue 
Citron Yellow 
Chinese Vermilion 



English Vermilion 
French Vermilion 
Green Lake 
Imperial Orange 



Carmine, No. 2 
Cobalt Blue 
Cobalt Green 
Emeraude Green 
Indian Yellow 
Lemon Yellow 
Lemon Yellow, Pale 
Madder Lake 
Madder Lake, Deep 



Malachite Green 
Mars Brown 
Mars Orange 
Mars Red 
Mars Violet 
Mars Yellow 
Oxide of Chromium 
Orange Vermilion 
Pink'Madder 



Perfect Yellow 
Rose Carthame 

Rubens Madder 
Sepia 



SINGLE TUBES-CIass C By doz., $2.70. 



Purple Madder 
Rose Dore 
Rose Madder 
Scarlet Madder 
Scarlet Vermilion 
Strontian Yellow 
Ultramarine 
Viridian 



SINGLE TUBES-CIass D 



Cadmium, Lemon 
Cadmium, Pale 



Cadmium, Yellow 
Cadmium, Deep 



By doz., $3.15. 
Cadmium, Orange 



SINGLE TUBES-CIass E By doz., $4.30. 



Burnt Carmine 
Capucine Madder 
Cobalt Yellow, Light 



Cobalt Yellow, Deep 
Crimson Madder 
French Carmine 



Madder Carmine 
Ultramarine Ash 
Violet Carmine 



SINGLE TUBES-CIass G By doz., $5.40. 



Madder No 1 , Red Brown Madder No. 5, Deep Scarlet 

Madder No. 2, Yel. Brown Madder No. 6, Flesh 

Madder No. 3, Deep Crimson Madder No. 7, P'ple Intense 
Madder ^\o. 4, Maroon 



Madder No. 8, Rose Intense 
Madder No 9, Olive 
Madder No. 10. Citron 
Madder No. 11, Greenish 



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F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



F. W. Devoe & Cos Prepared Oil CoIors t for Artists — Continued. 
IN DOUBLE (or Large Size) TUBES. 




H Inch by 4 Inches. 



Class A 



By doz., $1.20. 

Colors marked thus * are in tubes %x4 inches: all others in tubes ^x4 inches. 



♦American Vermilion 

♦Antwerp Blue 

♦Asphaltum 

♦Bitumen 

♦Blanc de Laque 

♦Blue Black 
Bone Brown 

♦Brilliant Yellow 

♦Brown Ochre 
Brown Pink 

♦Burnt Umber 

♦Burnt Sienna 

♦Caledonian Brown 
Cappah Brown 

♦Cork Black 

Chrome Green, No. 0— P 

Chrome Green, " 1 L 

Chrome Green, " 2 M 

Chrome Green, " 3 D 

♦Chrome Yellow, No. 1— L 
♦Chrome Yellow, " 2— M 
♦Chrome Yellow, " 3-D 
♦Chrome Orange 
♦Chinese Blue 
♦Cremnitz White 

Crimson Lake 
♦Emerald Green 
♦Flake White 

French Naples Yellow 
♦Flesh Ochre 



Gamboge 

Geranium Lake 
♦Grey Tint 

Greenish Naples Yellow 

Indian Lake 
♦Indian Red 

Indigo 

Italian Pink 
♦Ivory Black 
*King , s Yellow 
♦Lamp Black 
♦Light Red 
♦Megilp 
♦Mummy 

Mauve 

Magenta 

Naples Yellow^, 0— P 

Naples Yellow, No. 1— L 



Naples Yellow, 
Naples Yellow, 
Neutral Tint 
New Blue 
Nopal Maroon 
Nopal Orange 
Nopal Red 
Olive Lake 
Olive Green 
♦Oxford Ochre 
Payne's Grey 
Permanent Blue 



2— M 
3-D 



Permanent Yellow 
♦Permanent White 

Permanent Green, Light 

Permanent Green, Medium 

Permanent Green, Deep 
♦Prussian Blue 

Prussian Green 

Purple Lake 
♦Raw T Sienna 
♦Raw Umber 
♦Roman Ochre 

Sap Green 

Scarlet Lake 
♦Silver White 
♦Sugar of Lead 
♦Transparent Gold Ochre 
♦Transparent Black 

Terra Rosa 
♦Terre Verte 
♦Vandyke Brown 
♦Venetian Red 

Verdigris 

Verona Brown 

Yellow Lake 
♦Yellow Ochre 
♦Zinc White 

Zinc Yellow 

Zinnober Green— Light 

Zinnober Green— Medium 

Zinnober Green— Deep 



NEW YORK AND CHICAGO. 



F. W. Devoe & Go's Prepared Oil Colors, for Artists— Continued. 



IN DOUBLE (or Large Size) TUBES. 



}4 inch by 4 inches. 



Class B By doz., $2.10. 



Brown Madder 
Carnation Lake 
Cerulean Blue 
Citron Yellow 

Chinese Vermilion 



English Vermilion 
French Vermilion 
Green Lake 
Imperial Orange 



Perfect Yellow 
Rose Carthame 
Rubens' Madder 
Sepia 



Class C By doz., $3.60, 



Carmine, No. 2 
Cobalt Blue 
Cobalt Green 
Emeraude Green 
Indian Yellow 
Lemon Yellow 
Lemon Yellow, Pale 
Madder Lake 
Madder Lake, Deep 



Malachite Green 
Mars Brown 
Mars Orange 
Mars Red 
Mars Violet 
Mars Yellow- 
Oxide of Chromium 
Orange Vermilion 



Pink Madder 
Purple Madder 
Rose Madder 
Scarlet Madder 
Scarlet Vermilion 
Strontian Yellow 
Ultramarine 
Viridian 



Class D 

Cadmium, Lemon 
Cadmium, Pale 



Cadmium, Yellow 
Cadmium, Deep 



By doz., $4.20. 

Cadmium, Orange 



aass E By doz., $5.75. 



Burnt Carmine 
Capucine Madder 
Cobalt Yellow, Light 



Cobalt Yellow, Deep 
Crimson Madder 
French Carmine 



Madder Carmine 
Ultramarine Ash 
Violet Carmine 



p. W. DEVOE & C. T. BAYNOLDS CO. 



F . w. Devoe ^s" Prepared OH Co.ors, for Artists-Continued. 





DOUBLE. 

% inch by 4 inches. 



TREBLE. 
1 inch by 4 inches. 



Double Tubes By doz., $1.20. 

Cremnitz White Flake White Silver White 



Treble Tubes By doz., $2.70, 

Cremnitz White Flake White Silver White 



Quadruple Tubes By doz., $3.60. 

Cremnitz White Flake W T hite Silver White 



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C. T. Raynolds & Go's 
Artists Oil Colors, in Collapsible Tubes. 

n ■♦ ,v 1 D ° uble Tubes ( i inch b >' 4 belies) By doz $1 20 

Cremnitz White _J^eJVhite^ "* d ° 2 " $K2 °Vilv,r White 

Treble Tubes l inch bv 4 inched r v a^ *^ _~ 

C—itz White •" DaKbite By d ° Z - $2 - 7 °-si.ver White 



Cremnitz White 



Quadruple Tubes l incT^ inches). By doz., $3.60. 



Flake White 



Silver White 



NEW YORK AND CHICAGO. 



C. T. Raynolds & Go's Prepared Oil Colors for Artists. 

IN SINGLE TUBES. 




% inch by 3 inches. 




^a inch by i inches. 



Cla 


5S A 




American Vermilion 


Gamboge 


Antwerp Blue 




Geranium Lake 


Asphaltum 




Indian Lake 


Bitumen 




Indian Red 


Blue Black 




Indigo 


Bone Brown 




Italian Pink 


Brilliant Yellow 




Ivory Black 


Brown Ochre 




King's Yellow 


Brown Pink 




Lamp Black 


Burnt Sienna 




Light Red 


Burnt Umber 




Magenta 


Caledonian Brown 


Mauve, No. t 


Cappah Brown 




Mauve, No. 2 


Carmine Lake 




Megilp 


Chinese Blue 




Mummy 


Chrome Green, 


Light 


Neutral Tint 


Chrome Green, 


Medium 


Naples Yellow, Light 


Chrome Green, 


Deep 


Naples Yellow, Medium 


Chrome Lemon 




Naples Yellow, Deep 


Chrome Yellow 


Light 


Naples Yellow, French 


Chrome Yellow 


Medium 


Naples Yellow, Greenish 


Chrome Yellow 


Deep 


Naples Yellow r , Reddish 


Chrome Orange 




New Blue 


Cork Black 




Olive Lake 


Cremnitz White 




Olive Tint 


Crimson Lake 




Oxford Ochre 


Emerald Green 




Payne's Gray 


Flake White 




Permanent Blue 


Flesh Ochre 




Permanent White 



By doz., $ .90. 

Permanent Yellow 

Permanent Green, Light 

Permanent Green, Medium 

Permanent Green, Deep 

Prussian Blue 

Prussian Green 

Purple Lake 

Raw Sienna 

Raw Umber 

Roman Ochre 

Sap Green 

Scarlet Lake 

Silver White 

Sugar of Lead 

Terre Rosa 

Terre Verte 

Transparent Gold Ochre 

Vandyke Brown 

Venetian Red 

Verdigris 

Verona Brown 

Yellow Ochre 

Yellow 7 Lake 

Zinc White 

Zinnober Green, Extra Light 

Zinnober Green, Light 

Zinnober Green, Medium 

Zinnober Green, Deep 






F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



C. T. Raynolds & Cos Prepared Oil Colors for Artists— Continued. 

IN SINGLE TUBES. 



Class B 



Brown Madder 
Carnation Lake 
Cerulean Blue 
CitroD Yellow 
Chinese Vermilion 
English Vermilion, Pale 



English Vermilion, Deep 
French Vermilion, 
Green Lake 
Imperial Orange 
Perfect Yellow 



By doz., $1.60. 

Primrose Yellow 
Rose Carthame 
Rubens Madder 
Sepia 

Vermilion 



Class C B y doz., $2.70. 



Carmine, Xo. 2 
Cerulean Madder 
Cobalt Blue 
Cobalt Green 
Deep Madder 
Emeraude Green 
Extra Deep Madder 
French L'itra marine 
Geranium Madder 
Indian Yellow 
Jacqueminot Madder 
Lemon Yellow 

Class D. 

Cadmium Lemon 
Cadmium, Pale 



Class E 

Aurora Yellow 
Burnt Carmine 
Crimson Madder 



Pale 



Lemon Yellow 
Madder Lake 
Madder Lake, Deep 
Malachite Green 
Mars Brown 
Mars Orange 
Mars Red 
Mars Violet 
Mars Yellow 
Olive Madder 
Orange Madder 



Cadmium Yellow 
Cadmium, Deep 



Orange Vermilion 
Oxide of Chromium 
Pink Madder 
Purple Madder 
Rose Madder 
Scarlet Madder 
Scarlet Vermilion 
Strontian Yellow 
Vandyke Madder 
Violet Madder 
Vindian 



By doz., $3.15. 

Cadmium Orange 



French Carmine 
Madder Carmine 



By doz., $4.30. 

Primrose Aureolin 
Ultramarine Ash 






C. T. Raynolds & Co's Artists' Oil Colors. 

IN DOUBLE (or Large Size) TUBES. 




CLASS A. 

American Vermilion 
Antwerp Blue 
Asphaltum 



Bitumen 
Blue Black 
Bone Brown 



By doz., $1.20. 

Brilliant Yellow 
Brown Ochre 
Brown Pink 






NEW YORK AND CHICAGO. 



C. T. Raynolds & Co's Artists' Oil Colors— Continued. 
IN DOUBLE (or Large Size) TUBES, 



Burnt Sienna 
Burnt Umber 
Caledonian Brown 
Cappah Brown 
Carmine Lake 
Chinese Blue 
Chrome Green, Light 
Chrome Green, Medium 
Chrome Green, Deep 
Chrome Lemon 
Chrome Yellow, Light 
Chrome Yellow, Medium 
Chrome Yellow, Deep 
Chrome Orange 
Cork Black 
Creninitz White 
Crimson Lake 
Emerald Green 
Flake White 
Flesh Ochre 
Gamboge 
Geranium Lake 
Indian Lake 
Indian Red 
Indigo 
Italian Pink 

Class B 



Class A— Continued. 

Ivory Black 

King's Yellow 

Lamp Black 

Light Red 

Magenta 

Mauve, No. 1 

Mauve, No. 2 

Megilp 

Mummy 

Neutral Tint 

Naples Yellow, Light 

Naples Yellow, Medium 

Naples Yellow, Deep 

Naples Yellow, French 

Naples Yellow, Greenish 

Naples Yellow, Reddish 

New Blue 

Olive Lake 

Olive Tint 

Oxford Ochre 

Payne's Gray 

Permanent Blue 

Permanent White 

Permanent Yellow 

Permanent Green, Light 

Permanent Green, Medium 



Brown Madder 
Carnation Lake 
Cerulean Blue 
Citron Yellow 
Chinese Vermilion 
English Vermilion, Pale 



English Vermilion, Deep 
French Vermilion 
Green Lake 

Imperial Orange 
Perfect Yellow r 



Permanent Green, Deep 

Prussian Blue 

Prussian Green 

Purple Lake 

Raw Sienna 

Raw Umber 

Roman Ochre 

Sap Green 

Scarlet Lake 

Silver White 

Sugar of Lead 

Terre Rosa 

Terre Verte 

Transparent Gold Ochre 

Vandyke Brown 

Venetian Red 

Verdigris 

Verona Brown 

Yellow Ochre 

Yellow Lake 

Zinc White 

Zinnober Green, Extra Light 

Zinnober Green, Light 

Zmnober Green, Medium 

Zinnober Green, Deep 



By doz., $2.10. 

Primrose Yellow 
Rose Carthame 
Rubens Madder 
Sepia 
Vermilion 



Class C By doz., $3.60. 



Carmine, No. 2 
Cerulean Madder 
Cobalt Blue 
Cobalt Green 
Deep Madder 
Emeraude Green 
Extra Deep Madder 
French Ultramarine 
Geranium Madder 
Indian Yellow 
Jacqueminot Madder 
Lemon Yellow 

Class D. 

Cadmium, Lemon 
Cadmium, Pale 



Lemon Yellow, Pale 
Madder Lake 
Madder Lake, Deep 
Malachite Green 
Mars Brown 
Mars Orange 
Mars Red 
Mars Violet 
Mars Yellow 
Olive Madder 
Orange Madder 



Cadmium, Yellow 
Cadmium, Deep 



Orange Vermilion 
Oxide of Chromium 
Pink Madder 
Purple Madder 
Rose Madder 
Scarlet Madder 
Scarlet Vermilion 
Strontian Yellow r 
Vandyke Madder 
Violet Madder 
Viridian 



,By doz., $4.20. 
Cadmium, Orange 



Class E By doz., $5-75. 






Aurora Yellow 
Burnt Carmine 
Crimson Madder 



French Carmine 
Madder Carmine 



Primrose Aureolin 
Ultramarine Ash 



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Winsor & Newton's Prepared Oil Colors for Artists. 

IN COLLAPSIBLE TUBES. 



By doz $1.50. 



Antwerp Blue 
Asphaltum (thick) 
Bitunv-n 
Black Lead 
Blue B'ack 
Bone Brown 
Brown Ochre 
Brown Pink 
Burnt Roman Ochre 
Burnt Sienna 
Burnt Umber 
Caledonian Brown 
Cappah Brown 
Cassel Earth 
Chinese Blue 
Chrome Green, No. 1 
Chrome Green, No. 2 
Chrome Green. No. 3 
Chrome Yellow 
Chrome, Lemon 
Chrome, Deep 
Chrome, Orange 
Chrome Red 
Cinnabar Green, Lieut 
Cinnabar Green, Middle 
Cinnabar Green, Deep 
Colo.me Earth 
Cork Black 
Cremnitz White 
Crimson Lake 



Emerald Green 

Flake White 

Gamboge 

Indian Lake 

Indian Red 

Indigo 

Italian Pink 

Ivory Black 

Jaune Brilliant 

Kind's Yellow 

Lamp Black 

Light Red 

Magenta 

Mauve 

Mauve, No. 2 

Medium (Improved Megilp) 

Megilp 

Mon .chrome Tint, Cool, 1 

Monochrome Tint, Cool. 2 

Monochrome Tint, Cool, 3 

Monochrome Tint, Warm, 1 

Monochrome Tint, Warm, 2 

Monochrome Tint, Warm, 3 

Naples Yellow, French 

Naples Yellow 

Neutral Tint 

New Blue 

Olive Green 

Olive Lake 



Orpiment 

Oxford Ochre 

Payne's Gray 

Permanent Blue 

Permanent White rZiuc) 

Permanent Yellow 

Prussian Blue 

Prussian Brown 

Prussian Greeu 

Purple Lake 

Py lie's Megilp 

Raw Sienna 

Raw Umber 

Roman Ochre 

Sap Green 

Scarlet Lake 

Silver White 

Sky Blue 

Sugar of Lead 

Terra Rosa 

Terre Verte 

Transparent Gold Ochre 

Vandyke Brown 

Venetian Red 

Verdigris 

Verona Brown 

Yellow Lake 

Yellow Ochre 

Zinc White 



By doz 

Alizarin Crimson 
Brown Madder 
Burnt Lake 
Cerulean Blue 
Chinese Vermilion 



$2.40. 



French Vermilion 
Geranium Lake 
Green Lake, Li<rht 
Green Lake, Deep 
Rembrandt's Madder 



Rubens Madder 
Sepia 

Vermilion, Pale 
Vermilion 



By doz 



Brilliant Ultramarine 

Carmine, No. 2 

Citron Yellow 

Cobalt Blue 

Cobalt Green 

Emerald Oxide of Chromium 

Extract of Vermilion 

French Ultramarine 

French Veronese Green 

Indian Yellow 

Leitch's Blue 



Lemon Yellow, Pale 
Lemon Yellow 
Madder Lake 
Malachite Green 
Mars Browu 
Mars Orange 
Mars Red 
Mars Violet 
Mars Yellow 
Mineral Grey 
Orange Vermilion 



.$4.20. 



Oxide of Chromium 

Oxide of Chromium, Transp. 

Permanent Mauve 

Permanent Violet 

Pink Madder 

Purple Madder 

Rose Madder 

Scarlet Madder 

Scarlet Vermilion 

Strontian Yellow 

Viridian 



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Winsor & Newton's Prepared Oil Colors for Artists— Continued. 
IN COLLAPSIBLE TUBES. 

By doz $6.60. 



Aureolin 
Burnt Carmine 
Cadmium Yellow, Pale 
Cadmium Yellow, Deep 



Cadmium, Orange 
Carmine 
Crimson Madder 
Field's Orange Vermilion 
Indian Purple 



Madder Carmine 
Orient Yellow 
Violet Carmine 
Yellow Carmine 



By doz $8.40. 

Aurora Yellow Primrose Aureolin 



By doz $12.00. 

Extra Madder Carmine Extra Purple Madder Ultramarine Ash, Genuine 



Cremnitz, Flake and Silver Whites 
Double By doz., $3.00. Treble By doz., $4.50. Quadruple. . .By doz., $6.00. 



Dr. Fr. Schoenfeld & Go's German Oil Colors. 

IN TUBES. 



AVe carry in stock the following colors : 
Class No. 1 



Flake White 
Jaune Brilliant, Light 
Jaune Brilliant, Deep 
Naples Yellow, Light 
Naples Yellow, Deep 



Naples Yellow, Greenish 
Naples Yellow Reddish 
Zinc Yellow 
Zinnober Green, Pale 



By doz., $1.36. 

Zinnober Green, Light 
Zinnober Green, Deep 
Zinnober, Yellow Green 
Zinnober, Brilliant Green 



Class No. 3 By doz., $2.50. 

Lltramarine (Lemon) Yellow 



Class No. 4 By doz., $3.20. 



Blue de Lumiere 
Madder Brown 



Madder Lake No. 1 , Light 
Madder Lake No. 2, Rose 



Madder Lake No. 3, Dp. Rose 
Madder Lake No. 4, Pink 



Class No. 5 B y doz " $4-5o. 



Cadmium No. 1, Citron 
Cadmium No. 2, Light 



Cadmium No. 3, Medium 
Cadmium No. 4, Deep 



Cadmium No. 5, Orange 



Roberson's Medium for Oil Painting. 

IN COLLAPSIBLE TUBES. 

Single Size, J x 4 inches By doz., $3.03. Treble Size, 1 x 3 inches. . . .By doz., $6 00. 



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F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



F. W. DEVOE & GO'S 
Prepared Canvas for Oil Painting. 

Best English Linen— In Rolls of Six Yards. 







Single Prime 


(with tooth.) 


Smooth. 


Roman. 


Twilled. 


27 inches wide. 


By 


roll 


, $4.50 


....$4.50 


$4.50..... 


$5.50 


30 ' 


1 " . 




" 


4.85 


.... 4.85 


4.85..... 


25 


36 ' 


i (i 




11 


5.75 


.... 5.75 


5.75 


7.25 


42 ' 


i a 




11 


6.75 


.... 6.75 


6.75 


9,50 


45 < 


1 " .. 




" 


8.00 


.... 8.00 


8 00 


11.00 


54 ' 


i 1 1 




(i 


11.00 


11 00 


11.00 




62 ' 


i 1 1 




« i 


16.00 


....16.00 




74 ' 




21.00 


....21.00 






86 ' 




25.00 


. ...25.00 






96 < 




30.00 


....30.00.... 






120 ' 




40.00 


....40.00.... 






144 ' 


' " . 




54.00 


....54.00 

















-COLUMBIA" CANVAS. 
Of smooth, even grain, pliable, of lighter texture than our Best English Linen. 

In Rolls of Six Yards. 



27 inches wide. 
30 » «« . 

36 " " . 
42 " " . 



27 inches wide. 
30 " 
36 " 
42 ■■ 



ABSORBENT CANVAS. 
Best English Linen -In Rolls of Six Yards. 



By 


roll, 

* < 


$3.40 
3.70 
4.40 
5.10 


By roll, 


£4.50 




'• 


4.85 






5.75 




" 


6.75 



COARSE CANVAS. 

54ineUe S Wi(le F ° r Cei ' ing DeCOrati ° n ' "^ ™* " ** ^" 
96 " << mmmm 

120 " << .' 

144 " « 



...By roll, $8.00 
24.00 
. .. «■ 35.00 

... " 48.00 



144 inches wide ,n Rolls of Ten Yards. 
216 • ii - 



.By roll, $80.00 
. " 120.00 



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F. W. Devoe & Cos Prepared Canvas for Oil Painting— Continued. 

SKETCHING CANVAS. 

In Rolls of Six Yards. 

Smooth, Twilled. 
38 inches wide By roll, $2.70. . $3.45 

31 " " 2.95 3.85 

37 " " ■ » 3.55 4.15 

"ACADEMY" CANVAS. 

In Rolls of Six Yards. 

40 inches wide By roll> $2 . 70 

FRENCH STYLE.- in Rolls of Six Yards. 

34 inches wide By rollj $7 00 

Canvas of special tint or texture made to order. 

F. W. Devoe & Go's Pastel Canvas. 

"SUPER." 

Best English Linen— In Rolls of Six Yards. 

Style A — Velvet surface. 

Style B — Grey, rough surface. 

Style C— Buff, rough surface. 

Velvet Surface. Rough Surface. 

30 inches wide By roll, $7.00 $6.00 

36 " " « 8.50 7.50 



EXTRA 
Sketching Linen— In Rolls of Six Yards. 

Style D— Velvet surface. 

Style E — Grey, rough surface. 

Style F — Buff, rough surface. 

Velvet Surface. 

3i inches wide. . , By roll, $5.25 

37 " " «« 6.00. 



Rough Surface, 

$4.25 

5.00 



Winsor & Newton's Canvas for Oil Painting, 



27 inches \\ 
30 '• 


ide 


In Rolls of Six Yards. 

Smooth. 

By roll, $6.00... 

" 6.60 


36 " 


< 




7.75. . 


38 " 


t 


i « 


8.25... 


42 " 


i 


C| 


9.20.. 


45 " 


t 


l< 


11.20... 



Roman. 
$6.00. 
6.60 
7.75. 
8.25. 
9.20. 
11.20. 



Twilled. 
.$7 70 
. 8.25 
. 9.70 
.10.60 
.12.00 
.13.70 






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F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



A. D. Shattuck's Patent Stretcher Keys. 



F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO., 

Sole Agents. 





No. 



No. L 



PAT.JUNE 18.1885. A.D.S.^J 



3 






Cross Bar Key. 





No. 3. 



ACTUAL SIZES. 




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A. D. Shattuck's Patent Stretcher Keys— Continued. 

A. D. Shattuok, Artist, recognizing a want long felt by artists for a more simple and 
reliable method for tightening canvases, has invented the above application, which at once 
does away with mortise joints, loose wedges and other complicated contrivances now in 
use, and we unhesitatingly pronounce it to be, by far, the most effectual means for the 
purpose of any of the various devices to which our attention has been called. 

It is absolutely effectual, simple, easily applied, permanent and inexpensive, there be- 
ing no appreciable difference in cost over the unsatisfactory mortise and wedge, a combi- 
nation which all artists dislike. 

Advantages. — Simplicity of construction ; no mortise or tenon ; no loose wedges to 
shrink and drop out ; no rough corners, but an unbroken tacking surface all around. A 
complete and substantial unity. Easily cut down and can be made at short notice. Any 
frame with mitered corners becomes a stretcher at once by the addition of this simple 
device. The dealer, by having strips, miter box and saw, can readily make stretcher 
frames of any dimension. 

The " keys" are put up in convenient packages with screws to match. 

No. 0— one gross in box.. By gross, $2.20 No. 3-half gross in box. .By gross, $5.04 

1 — " 2.85 " 4— quarter gross in box, " 6.72 

14 2-half •' " " 3.80 Cross Bar, one " " " 2.52 

Pine Strips for Stretchers. 

Beveled Face, for making Stretchers, using Shattuck's Keys. 

IN TEN FEET LENGTHS. 

No. 1— IJin. wide By 100 feet, $1.50 I No. 3— If in. wide By 100 feet, $2.10 

" 2-lf " " - 1.87 | •■ 4-2J " - « 2.50 

Sold only in bundles of 100 feet of each size. 



Pfleger Patent Stretcher Strips. 

ALL LENGTHS INTERCHANGEABLE. 




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All lengths from 6 to 3G inches, including wedges. By 100 strips, $4.50 

" 37 to 48 " " " " " 9.00 

A special discount on orders for 1,000 Strips. 




F. W. DEVOE & GO'S 

smooth or Roman Canvas on Stretchers. 
Single Prime, Smootn, or iv 

BEST ENGLISH LINEN. 




With 

Shattuck 

Keys. 

By doz. 

0x8 inches $2.7u 

6x11 " .... 



7x12 
8x10 
8x14 
9x12 
10x12 
10x14 
10 x 18 
12 x 14 
12x16 
12x18 
12x20 
12x22 
14x17 
14x20 
14x24 
16x20 
16x22 
16x24 
16x28 
17x21 
18x24 



2.90.... 

.. 3.10.... 
.. 3.10... 
.. 3.50 ... 
.. 3.50 .. 
.. 3 50 .. 
,.. 4.30 ... 
... 5.00 ... 

... 4.70 

. .. 5.00.... 
. .. 5.40.... 
... 5 60... 
. .. 6 25... 
... 6 00... 
... 6 40... 
... 7.00... 
... 7.00... 
... 7.25 ... 
... 7.70... 
... 8.50 .. 
.... 7 20 .. 
.... 8.50... 



With 
Pfleger 

Strips. 

By doz. 
,.83.40 
. . 3.40 
.. 3.60 
. . 3.60 
.. 4.00 
..400 
. . 4.00 
. . 4 20 
.. 4.60 
.. 4.40 
.. 4.60 
.. 5.00 
.. 5.15 
.. 5.40 
, .. 5.15 
. .. 5.50 
. .. 6.00 
... 6.00 
. .. 6.15 
... 6.50 
... 7.10 
... 6.20 
... 7.20 



18 x 30 inc 

18x33 

20x24 

20x26 

20x30 

20x36 

22 x 27 

22x30 

22x36 

22x38 

24x34 

24x42 

25x30 

26x36 

27 x 34 

28x40 

29x36 

30x40 

30x46 

34x44 

36 x 42 

40x50 



lies. 



With With 

Shattuck Pfleger 

Keys. Strips. 

By doz. By doz. 

..$ 9.75 $ 7.75 



10 80.. 

9.25. 

9 60 
10.50. 
11.75 
10 20 
11.25 
12.50 
13.90. 
13.00. 



. . 8.40 

.. 7.20 

.. 7.50 

. . 8.20 

. . 9.20 

. . 8.00 

.. 8 80 

. . 9.75 

... 12.00 

... 10.20 

14,80 12.50 



12.20.. 
14 00 . 
14.00., 

22 50. 
21 00. 

23 00. 
25.00. 
26 50. 
26.00. 
32.00. 



9.60 
11.00 
11.00 
14 00 
12.00 
14.40 
16.00 
17.00 
16.50 



Unless otherwise specified, all orders will be filled with canvases with Shattuek Keys. 



Twilled Canvas on Stretchers, 15 per cent, advance on above list. 



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6x 8 
6x10 
7x10 
6x12 
7x12 
8x10 
9 10 
7x14 
8x12 
8x14 
9x12 
10x12 
10x14 
10x16 
10x18 
12x14 
12x16 
10 < 22 
12 18 
12x20 
12 x 22 
12x24 
14x17 
14 x 18 



F. W. DEVOE & GO'S 
Smooth Sketching Canvas on Stretchers, 

Hade with Pfleger Strips. 



inches By doz., $3.20 

44 " 3.20 



14x20 inches By 

14x22 " 



doz. 



3.35 


14x24 


3.35 


16x20 


335 


16x22 


3.35 


16x24 


3.35 


17x21 


3.60 


16 x 26 


3.60 


16x28 


3.60 


18x24 


3.60 


20 x 24 


3.60 


18x30 


3.60 


18x33 


4 20 


20x26 


4.20 


20x30 


4.20 


22x27 


4.20 


22 x 30 


4.50 


20 36 


4 50 


22 x 34 


4.50 


22x36 


4.50 


22 x £8 


4.65 


24x34 


4.65 


24x42 


4 65 


25 x Z0 



F. W. Devoe & Go's Academy Boards. 

Smooth, or Rough. 



$4.65 
4.65 
4.65 
4.65 
4.65 
5.40 
5.40 
5.40 
5.60 

5 60 
6.00 
6.00 
6.00 
6.00 
6.20 
6.20 

6 40 
6.40 
6.40 
6.60 
9.25 
7.00 
9 30 
6.85 







6x 9 inches By doz., $.38 I 12 x 18 inches By doz., $1.50 

9x12 " " .75 18x24 " << 3.00 

EXTRA SIZES. 

22x27 inches By doz., $5.00 I 23x30 inches By doz., $6 00 



F. W. Devoe 



F . W . DEVOE A C. T. RAYNOLD9 CO 



& Go's "Peerless" Oil Sketching Boards. 



Hade with OH Sketching Paper, having a Canvas-Grained Surface. 
Less Expensive than Canvas Boards. 



4 X Gin By doz. $ -53 

4x 8 in " M 

6x 8in " - 84 

5x10 in " 1-00 

6x10 in " I- 00 

7x 9in " 1-00 

6xl2in " 1-18 

8xl0in " 133 

7x14 in " 1-50 

8xl2in " 150 

8x14 in " 1-67 



8xlGin ....By do/.. $1.85 14x18 in. 

9x12 in " 185 13x34 in 

10x12 in .... " 14x20in. 

9x15 in " 2.00 14x22 in 

10x14 in " 2.00 14x24 in 

12x14 in " 2.17 W 20 in 

10x18 in " 2.33 | 16 

lSxlGin..... " 2.33 16x24in. 

12x18 in..... " 2.G7 is 

UxlGin " 2G7 18x24 in. 

12x20 in " 3 00 



By 



doz 



$3.00 
3 34 
3,34 
3.67 
4.00 
4.00 
4.33 
4.GT 
5.00 
5.33 



F. W. Devoe & Co's Canvas Boards. 



For Painting and Sketching. 



■4x 6 in . . 
4x 8 in.. 
Gx 8 in.. 
5x10 in. 

6 x 10 in . 
Gxl2 in , 
7x9 in. 
7x11 in. 
7x14 in. 

7 x 15 in. 
8x10 in. 
8x12 in. 
8x14 in. 
8x16 in. 



.75 


9x11 in H 


- doz. - 


23 in. 


1.00 


9x12 in 


2.75 


12 24 in. 


1.25 


9x13 in 


2.75 


14x16 in. 


1.50 


9x15 in. ... 


3.00 


14x18 in. 


1.50 


9x18 in 


325 


14x20 in. 


1.75 


10x12 in. ... 


2 75 


14 x 22 in 


1.50 


10x14 in 


300 


14x24 in 


1.75 


10x16 in 


3.25 


16x20 in 


2.25 


10x18 in 


3.50 


16x22 in 


2 50 


10x20 in 


3.75 


1G x 24 in 


2.00 


12x14 in 


3 25 


18x22 in 


2.25 


12x16 in 


3 50 


is 24 in 


2.50 


12 x 18 in 


4 00 


20- 24 in 


2.75 


12x20 in. ... 


4.50 





5.00 
4.00 
4.50 
5.00 
550 
6.00 
6.00 
G.50 
7.00 
7.50 
B 00 
9.50 



F. W. Devoe & Go's Oil Sketching Papers. 



Smooth, 22 x 30 inches By doz. 



75 



With Grain. 22 x 30 inches. .By doz. $3.00 



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F. W. Devoe & Co's Solid Blocks for Sketching in Oil. 



Plain 
Blocks, 



Oil Sketching Paper, Rough or Smooth, 
24 Sheets to Block 

Bound 
Blocks. 

5x7 inches, each, $ .35 $ ,85 

7x10 " »■ .GO 1.30 

8x12 » " 1.00 1.90 

10x14 " " 1.20 2.20 

12x18 " •' 2.00 3.50 

14x20 4 < " 2.40 4.15 



Sketching Canvas, 

lb Sheets to Block. 

Plain 

Blocks. 

7x10 inches, each, $1.00... 

8x12 ■« «■ 1.25... 

10x14 " " 1.60... 

12x18 " " 2.25.. 

14x20 " » 3-25... 



Bound 
Blocks. 

$1.75 

2.15 

2.60 

3.75 

5 00 



Canvas Pliers. 




Jaws 2| in. broad _ Each ^ $1 25 



Canvas Pins. 







Wooden centre with steel pins projecting on each side, to place bet\ve?n canvases for 
carrying wet sketches. 

By doz $ 35 

Canvas Erasers. 

Curved Steel Blade, Ebony HandCe. 




1J in. blade Each, $ .40 

If " " " .45 

2 " " " ,5Q 



%\ in. blade Each, $ .55 

3 " ,( '■ .60 



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F. W. DEVOK & C. T. RA.YXOLD> 



F. W. Devoe & Co's and C. T. Raynolds & Co's 
Artists' Oils, Varnishes, Mediums, Etc. 





TWii OlNi K 



'-' oz 1 oz. 

By doz. By duz. 

Linseed Oil, purified $1.50 $1.00 

Linseed Oil, cold pressed.. 2.00 1.20 

Poppy Oil 1.80 1.20 

Nut Oil 1.80 1.20 

Pale Drying Oil 1.80 1.20 

Strong Drying Oil. 1.50 1.00 

Fat Oil 2.50 1 50 

Mastic Varnish 4.80 2.40 

Picture Mastic Yarnisli . .. 3.00 1.75 

Picture Copal Varnish. ... 2.40 1.25 

Picture Varnish, colorless. 2.40 1.25 

A mber Varnish 2.75 1.75 

White Damar Varnish 2.40 1.25 

Grecian Varnish 2.40 1.25 

Transfer Varnish 2.75 175 

Retouching Varnish 3.00 1.75 

French Varnish . 2. 75 i. 75 

White Spirit Varnish 2.75 I.75 

Brown Spirit Varnish 2.75 I.75 

Chromo Varnish 2 75 I.75 

Autumn Leaf Varnish 2.75 1.75 

Siccatif de Court ray 2.75 1 50 



BOTTLES. 








2oz, 




By doz. 


By doz. 


Siccatif de Harlem 


$3.50 


$2.00 


Spirit Turpentine, rectified, 


1.25 


.90 


Alcohol 


2.25 




Gum Water. ... 


1.80 

1.50 


1.00 


Liquid for Gold Paint 


1.00 


Japan Gold Size- a light 






drver 


2.25 


1.25 


Mixing Medium, for paint- 




ing on plush 


3.00 




Satin Liquid, for painting 






on Silk, Satin, &c 


3.00 




Adhesive Preparation, for 






mounting Photographs 






on glass 


2. CO 


1.25 


Diaphanous Liquid, for 




making Photograph- 






transparent 


2.00 


1.25 


White Shellac 


2.40 




Fixatif 


2.40 

2.40 




Liquid Dryer. . . 


1.25 


H. P. Indelible Mixture, for 






painting on fabrics 


3 00 





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Winsor & Newton's Artists' Oils and Varnishes. 



Round Bottles. 



Genuine Mastic Varnish ...Bydoz. $13.00 
Picture Mastic Varnish ... * k 10.50 

Picture Copal Varnish " 5.40 

Nut Oil " 2.75 



Poppy Oil By doz. $2.75 

Pale Drying Oil " 2.75 

Strong Drying Oil " 2.75 

Purified Linseed Oil " 2.40 






French Varnishes, Preparations, Etc. 







CHER LA PEINTURE* 



^jtt^Hur des Fil les du Ca 





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Soehnee's Retouching Varnish, No. 2, for Water Color Painting By dozen bottles, $3.00 

" " u (i 3. " Oil Painting 

LeFranc's Retouching Pomatum " 

Siccatif de Courtray, 1 oz. square bottles 

Siccatif de Harlem, 2 oz. round bottles " 

Copal en Pate, Duroziez's, 4 oz. bottles (< 

Oliesse, Duroziez's, 4 oz. bottles. . . . . " 

Essence de Aspic, 4 oz. bottles " 



3 00 


4.00 


275 


5.40 


10 80 


5.40 


10.80 



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p. W. DBVOB & 0. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 

The "Beginner's" Box of Oil Colors and Materials. 







'BEGINNERS. 



Polished Wood Box, size 10 inches lonir, 6 inches wide, 2 inches deep.— ConVg 10 Sing'e 
Tubes vf F. W. Devoe & Go's or C. T. Raynolds & Go's Prepared Artists' Oil Colors: 
Bottles Pale Drying Oil and Turpentine ; Palette Cup; Mahogany Palette; Badger 
Blender; Palette Knife : 2 Artists' Bristle and 1 Sable Brush. Complete. 

Each $1.75 

The " Scholar's" Box of Oil Colors and flaterials. 







"SCHOLARS.' 



tIp nii^r "^ 1Ze U ™ ches lou S' 6i ches wide, 2 inches deep.-Cont'e IS Single 
K v V D ?, voe 1 & c <?V r C. T. Raynolds & Go's Prepared Artists' Oil Colors; 
B i h \rVV ^ B( J U1 "S* Pale Drying Oil and Spirit of Turpentine; 3 Sable and 
S^P ^'"r^"^ 00 ^^ Pale,te CUP? Mahogany Palette: Tracing 
and Transfer Papers; 4 Studies; and 1 Academy Board. ConTp * 



Each 



Complete. 

$2.00 






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The " Academy" Box of Oil Colors and Materials, 







Polished Wood Box, size 13}£ inches long, 6 l X inches wide, 2 inches deep.— Cont'g 13 Double (or 
large size) Tubes of F. W. Devoe & Go's or C. T. Rayuolds & Go's Artists' Oil Colors ; 1 
Bottle each of Pale Drying Oil and Spirit of Turpentine; Steel Palette Knife ; Palette and 
Palette Cup; Badger Blender ; 1 Sable and 2 Bristle Brushes ; Academy Board ; Tracing and 
Transfer Paper. 

Each $2.50 



a;- 



The "Amateur" Box of Oil Colors and Materials. 







Japanned Tin Box, size 11 inches long, fi inches wide, ]' , inches deep, — (Ymt'g 12 Single Tubes of 
F. W. Devoe & Co's or 0. T. Raynolds & Co s Artists 1 Oil Colors: 1 Tin Bottle each of Pale 
Drying Oil and Spirit of Turpentine; Steel Palette Knife; Palette and Palette Cup; Badger 
Blender ; 3 Sable and 4 Bristle Brushes ; Charcoal and Crayon Holder. 

Each $ 3.00 

The " Amateur *' Box, empty Each, $ .75 



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F. W. DEVOE ft C T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



The "Companion" Japanned Tin Box, for Oil Colors. 







No. 0. — 8^ x 11| inches, and 2 inches deep. Empty Each, $1.15 

No. 0, Fitted —Assortment P.— Cont'g 18 Single and 1 Double Tube of F. W. Devoe A Go's or ( T. 
Raynolds & Go's Artists' Oil Colors; 2 super Bristle, 1 Bright's Bri-tlp, 2 Russia Bable, 
Bright's, and 2 Red Sable Artists* Brashes ; Badger Blender No. 1 ; 1 Bottle each Linseed Oil, 
Popi.y Oil and Spirit of Turpentine; Steel Talette Knife ; Japanned Tin Palette Cup with 
Cover; Mahogany Palette; Porte Crayon and Chareoal. 

Each. $4.50 

The "School" Japanned Tin Box, for Oil Colors. 




No. 1.— 9 



? x 13 inches, and 3 inches deep; Beveled Ton 



, wywcmop; Flaps cover all Materials, Tray par- 
titioned to^hoM one Double or two Single Tubes in each space. Empty. * 

N0 ' *' 1 S3i?To^^ F w!Svoe & Go's or C. T. 
Artists' Brushes; fflSl^^feW'W lM Sable, and 2 Bright's Bristle 
of Turpentine; steel p ,{ > KX* \. 4 \ l Bottieeaeh Pale Drying and Poppy Oils and Spirit 
Each' • M:iho ^"y Alette Cup; Port Cm von And Chareoal. 
$6.50 



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The "Fulton" Japanned Tin Box, for Oil Colors. 



X 






i\ t ft \ 






"Fulton. "—9 x 13 inches, and 2 inches deep. Movable Tray, Flat Top Flaps cov- 
ering all material. Tray and space in bottom are partitioned to hold 
one double or two single tubes in each partition. Empty. . . Each, $1.50 

Assortment B. — Cont'g 14 Double and 4 Single Tubes of F. W, Devoe & Go's or C. T. Raynolds & 
Go's Prepared Artists 1 Oil Colors; 1 jointed Mahl Stick; Polished Palette ; 4 Lyon's Bristle 
Artist Brushes, 3 Bright's Russia Sable Brushes, 3 Flat Sable Brushes, 1 Bristle sky Brush, 1 
Badger Blender No. <i ; Palette Knife ; Double Oil ("'up; Canvas Scraper; Bottles Turpentine, 
Poppy Oil and Pale Drying Oil ; Port.* Crayon and Charcoal ; Padlock .Each, $9.00 

The "Sketching" Japanned Tin Box, for Oil Colors. 




id 



No. 



No. a 

2. — 9i h 13J inches, and 3 inches deep, movable tray, with double bottom for 
carrying wet sketches, academy boards, etc., Flaps covering all ma- 
terials. Empty " E ach f $1 90 

2, Fitted;— Assortment D. — Contg 34 Single Tubes and 1 Double Tube of F. W. Devoe A Co - 
or C. r. Ravnolds & Co's Prepared Oil Colors ; 7 Super Bristle, 2 Bright's Bristle, 3 Bright - 
Russia Sable and 6 Red Sable Artist- Brushes, Badger Blender No. G; 1 Bottle each Pale Dry- 
ing and Poppy Oils, and Mastic Varnish; Steel Palette Knife ; Double Palette Cup with Cover ; 
PulNhed Palette; Porte Oravoti and Charcoal; Academy Board, 9x12; and Hand Book on 
Landscape Painting in Oil. " Eaeh » $10.50 






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The " Studio" Japanned Tin Box, for Oil Colors. 




NO. -6. 

No. 3.— 10 y 14 inches, and 3£ inches deep, with four 4 oz. Tin Oil Bottles, cov- 
ered Tray for tubes, double bottom, open end, three slides for wet 
sketches. Empty Each, $3.25 

No. 3, Fitted ;— Assortment E.— Cont'g 37 Single and 4 Double Tabes of F. W. Devoe & Co'sor 

C. T Kaynolds & Go's Prepared Oil Colors; 9 English Bristle, 3 Bright's Bristle. 2 Sj i;il 

S s - ; 6 , Red Sable > 4 Bright^ Russia Sable, 3 Ox Hair, and 3 Boston Brittle Artist.-" Bi 
1 Bristle A armsh Brush, Badger Blender No. 6 ; Poppy and Pale Drying Oils. Masti-- Varnish 
and Siccatifde Harlem, in Tin Bottles; Steel Palette Knife; Double Palette Cup with Cover; 
Polished Palette- 1 Academy Board, 9x12; Porte Crayon and Charcoal; 1 two-jointed Mahl 
Stick ; and 1 Hand Book on Oil Painting. 

Each $16.50 

The "Portable" Japanned Tin Box, for Oil Colors. 




N,. ti 



No. 6.-6x13 inches, and 8* inches deep; Portable Sketching. 



Empty Each, $1.25 



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The "Portable" Japanned Tin Box, for Oil Colors— Continued. 

No. 6, Fitted ;— Assortment G.— Contg 20 Single Tubes and 1 Double Tube of F. W. Devoe & Co's 
or C. T. Kaynolds & CVs Prepared Oil Colore; t> Super Bristle, 2 Britfht's Bristle, 2 Bright's 
\\x\»va Sable, and G lied Sable Artists' Brushes; Badger Blender No. 2; Steel Palette Knife; 
1 Bottle each Pale Drying and Poppy Oils and spirit of Turpentine; Double Palette Cup ; oiled 
Mahogany Palette; Porte Cruv.ni and Charcoal. 

Each $5.50 

The "Eclipse" Japanned Tin Boxes, for Oil Colors. 



l'\ I EN TED.) 




'Eclipse," No. 1. 



'Eclipse," No. 1, 13 x 9 x 3 T inches deep. Empty Each, $2.00 

' Eclipse," No. 1 D. Same size and style as above, with partitions for holding 

Double (or lar^e size) Tubes. Empty Each, $2.00 







" Eclipse," No. 2. 
"Eclipse," No. 2, 13J x 9f x 3£ inches deep. Empty Each, $2.26 

"Eclip-e " No. 2 D. "Same >i/e and >t vie as above, with partitions for holding 

Double (or lar^e size) Tubes. Empty Each, $2.26 



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r. W. DEYOE & C. T. KAYNOL.DS < O. 



The "Cabinet" Box, for Oil Colors. 

Antique Oak or Mahogany, Highly Polished. Lock and Key. Brass Handles. 
Japanned Tin Interior Case with Flaps Covering all Material. 




The "Cabinet.'' 

WITH FRAMES FOE PROTECTING SKETOHE> AM. PALBTTB. 

"Cabinet." Hx9J inches, and 3* inches deep, Antique Oak or Mahogany. 

Km ** .. .Each, $7.50 

The Same, Fitted ;-Assortmext U.-Cont'g 43 Double (or large size) Tubes of F. W. 
Devoe & Co's or C. T. Raynolds & Co's Artists' Oil Colors; 18 Bristle Brushes, 24 
Sable Brushes; Badger Blender No. 6; Bristle Varnish Brush; Pale Drying and 
1 oppy 0,1s and Mastic Varnish in Tin Bottles ; Steel Palette Knife : 1 Double Palette 
tup W ith Screw Cover; Polished Palette; 2 Academy Boards; three-jointed Mahl 
Stick; Porte Crayon and Charcoal ; Hand Book on Oil Painf.™ 

Each „„ „ 

$21.00 

The same, with more complete assortment of materials Each , $2 5.00 

WITHOUT FRAMES FOR PROTECTING SKETCHES AND PALETTES 

"Cabinet." Antique Oak or Mahogany. Empty Eachi $g . 50 

TnK F W Jcvr^ SS0R o T 1 , C ° MPLETE -- Gom ' s 43 Do » We (o' ^rge size) Tubes of 
W Sa'bS Brusts l « v ^^ & C °' S Anists> 0il Colors i " 'Bristle Brushes. 
1and e M a r wf ea ?' ,r "^ Badger Blender; Poppy and Pale Drying 
Sc^fcover Po sl J J £ B °f ',' Bl * ™«< K " ife « ^ie Palette Cnp with 

Each 5 " 

$19.00 



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Tin Palette Cups— Japanned. 






Single. 



Double. 



Single, Hinged Cover, Double, Hinged Cover. 




Utility, Single. 





Utility, Double, 



Improved, 



Single, without cover By doz. $ ,50 

Double, " " •' 1.00 

Single, with tin hinged cover " 1.00 

Double, : • " 1.75 

Improved Palette Cup is made with a concave bottom and furnished with a cover 
liquid-proof, for oils and varnishes By doz 



Single, with brass screw ccv.By doz. 
Double, " " " " 

Utility, Single 

Double " 



$1.50 

3.00 

.50 

1.00 

$1.80 



Brush Washers Japanned Tin, with Strainer. 





Round, Small, 2\ in. diam. .By doz. $3.50 | Round, Large, 3 in. diam. .By doz $4.75 
Square, with hinged cover 3f x 3 x 3 inches deep By doz $7.00 

Brush Trays Japanned Tin, with Cover. 




13 j inches long, 6 inches wide and 2f inches deep Each, $ .75 



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F. W. DEVOE & C. T. IUYNOI^ 



Tin Oil Bottles— Metal Caps. 




2 oz. Square. 4 oz. Oblong. 

>oz. Oblong, 4 xlfxl in By 4 do * 



2.-2 oz. Square, 3Jx2*xlJ in. 

;l_4 oz. Oblong, 5 x2Jxl in. 



2.40 
3.00 



Brush Cases, Oval— Japanned Tin. 

With Rubber Bands for holding the Brushes secure. 




Small, 10 inches long, for Water Color Brushes Bv doz. $4.50 

Large, 12^ Oil '■ l - '* 5.75 

Wooden Palettes. 




ThC Mfll S25r ^ le Jj5i ba ^ed, back cross veneered at thumb-hole, shellac 

finish, 24x16 inches. Mahogany.. Each, $2 00 



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Wooden Palettes. 

Made of welUseasoned wood, tapered and finely finished. 





OBLONG. 0VAL 

OILED. 

MAHOGANY OR MAPLE. 

Oblong. 9x5£in. 10x7 in. 11 x Sin. 12fx5|in. 12x8Jin. 13x9 in. 13Jx9£in. 14 x10m 
Bydoz. $1.50 $1.80 $2.20 $2.60 $2.00 $3.00 $3.25* $3,50 

Oval, 8x6 in. 9 x 6£ in. 10 x 7 in. 11x7} in. 12 x 8£in. 13x9 in. 14x10 in. 
By doz , $1.50 $1.50 $1.80 $2.20 $2.60 $3.00 $3.50 

Folding, 12} x 10| inches By doz> $7 00 

POLISHED. 

MAHOGANY OR MAPLE. 

Oblong, 9x5Jin. 10x7 in. 11x8 in. 12 x 8£ in. 12} x 5} in. 13x9 in. 13^x9^ in. 14 x 10 in. 
Bydoz. $4.20 $4.50 $5.00 $5.50 $6.20 $6.20 $6 45 7.00 

Oval, 8x6 in. 9 x 6£ in. 10x7 in. 11x7} in. 12x8Hn. 13x9 in. 14 x 10 in. 
Bydoz. $4.20 $4.20 $4.50 $5.00 $5.50 $6 20 $7.00 

Folding, 12} x 10J inches By doz. $14.00 

B I ROSE YE MAPLE. 

Oval, 13x9 inches Bydoz. $7.50 | Oblong, 13 x 9 inches Bydoz. $7.50 

Rest, or Mahl Sticks. 

^ ^ ' lLL — ^^ — LMI — — j - - ui - - ju ^ i - M 

y^^Bi^Bg I I- -- -■- .IWT—^^M BH LM l^^^Pg] 

Whitevvood, plain, 30, 36 and 42 inches long, assorted .By doz. $1 20 

Walnut, oiled, 30,36 « 4 42 " " " 1.50 

French, polished, 30,36 " 42 " " " 2.40 

JOINTED, WITH DOUBLE BRASS FERRULES. 

French, polished, two joints, 35 inches long ; when unjointed, 13 inches By doz. $7.20 

three " 46 " " " 12 " .... " 9.00 






F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



F. W. Devoe & Co's Easel Attachment. 



(PATENTED.) 

Made entirely of Iron. 




The illustration shows part of an Easel to which is attached this practical invention, 
by which a canvas can be placed at any angle, holding the canvas firmly in place. For 
small canvases, one only is necessary; for large ones, two of the attachments are desir- 
able. They can be placed on any style of Easel, 

* Price Each, $ .25 

Easels. 




No. 1. -CLOSING. 



NO. 1. -FOLDING 




IMPROVED STUDIO. 



*!?' .V P £ e ' ??$*& 6 fe ?W Each $.65 

^>^J;nS v oue joint, 6 feet lii-li, wlien folded, 38x* bVx 'si iixclxes ! ! , ^ - ' 1.35 



two joints. 6 4 " oi el of 

Improved Studio (Patented), Pine, 6 feet high X * X k 



2.50 

2.00 



bin 
fin 






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Easels— Continued. 




No. 3. RACK. 




'UTILITY." 



No. 3.-Rack, Pine, feet high Each> $g 00 

" 3 •• Walnut, 6 feet high ,. 7 Q0 



"Utility" Easel. 

(Patented May Hth, 1882.) 

This Easel will accommodate various sizes of stretched canvas. It lias an auxiliary 

frame to hold the canvas, which can be adjusted to any angle, either to tiie rear, upright, 
or inclined to the front, so that the most desirable position can be obtained, according to 
the character of the work. The support for the canvas slides up and down without dis- 
turbing the outfit box. 

Utility," Pine, 6 feet 8 inches high; when auxiliary frame is removed (in 

packing), 4 feet 8 inches high Each, $8.00 

Utility," Cherry, 6 feet 3 inches high; when auxiliary frame is removed (in 

packing), 4 feet 8 inches high u 12.00 



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Easels— Continued. 











No. 3 FRENCH STUDIO. No . l-STUDIO. 

No. 3— French Studio. — Black Walnut, on castors, with screw and crank 
for winding up, extra finish, 3 feet wide, G feet G inches high ; can be 
raised 42 inches; can be projected forward up to G inches; holds 
canvases of any size up to 6 feet Each, $50.00 

No. 4-Studio Easel -Black Walnut, on castors, with reclining bar. Ratchet 
and crank for raising ; 2 feet wide, 5 feet 6 inches high ; can be raised 
36 inches ; holds canvases up to 4 feet 6 inches high " 15-00 

No. 5-Studio EASEL.-Same as above, Antique Oak " 14.00 

Easel Standards, for large canvases.-Height, 7 feet ; base, 36 inches ; block, 
10 inches from base ■ on castors. The standards are placed on the 
ends of the canvas and screwed to the stretcher, from the back, 
thus making a perfect easel Bv pail . f 15-00 



":\ 



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Sketching Easels. 





No. 



1— 



,i 2 

" 3- 

il 4- 

« 6- 



11- 



NOS. 3 and 4. No 9 

Folding Sketching, Cherry, simple, 3 feet 8 in. high ; folds to 2 feet x 2 

in. x U in „ 

Each, $ .75 

Folding Sketching, Whitewood, legs to turn, 4 feet 6 in. high ; folds to 
to 2 feet 6 in. x 3£ in. x 2 in., with iron braces .. 1M 

-Same as No. 1, but 5 feet high ; folds to 2 feet 9 in. x 3| in. x 2 in - i.go 

-Folding Sketching, Improved, Whitewood, sliding legs for adjusting 
easel on uneven ground, iron braces ; 4 feet 6 in. high; folds to 2 feet 
6 in. x3£ in. x 2 in. See drawing u 2 50 

-Same as No. 3, but 5 feet high ; folds to 2 feet 9 in x3J in. x2 in " 2.70 

•French Folding Sketching, Cherry Stained, sliding legs, 4 feet 8 in. 
high ; closes to 2 feet 6 in. x 4 in, x 4 in < . 2. 00 

Folding Sketching, Whitewood, sliding legs, 4 feet 6 in. high ; folds to 
2 feet 6 in. x3J in. x 1J in *« o qq 

Folding Sketching, Whitewood, legs to turn, 4 feet 6 in. high; folds to 
29 in. x 3 in. x 1J iu << 1 qq 






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F. W. DEVOB & C. T. RAYNOLDS I 



Sketching Easels and Camp Stools. 





tourist Sketcuim. Easkl Folding Chair, Xo. l. 

Tourist " A'*— Folding Sketching Easel (Patented), Cherry, metal top clamp, 

tray fastens in any position by clamp, sliding legs, 4 feet 4 in. high ; 

closes to 31 in. x 3| in. x 1J in Each, *3.00 

Tourist "B"— Folding Sketching, similar to above, wooden top clamp, 4 feet 

high ; closes to 28 in. x 2| in. x 2 in " 2 50 

Tourist "C"— Folding Sketching, Cherry, wooden top clamp, tray fastened 

with pins, 4 feet high ; closes to 28 in, x 2£ in. x 2 in " 2.00 









Folding Stool, No. 2. Can. Fokm, Half. » Gotham." 

Folding Chair, No. 1. 16 in. high, Canvas Seat, 12 in. x 8 in. . . . . Each, 

• Stool, ■' 2,16 .. „ 12in . xl3in __ .. 

Half Cane Form Stool, 18 in. long, when open 16 in. high, web .eat' 12 in " 

Ammca ;£sr 18 iQ high - web seat i3 *•• ^ C^s*i 

"^"witn 3 :! 1 ^ iD \ hiS L* " in ' P" f ° r «ted'wood' S eat;'folds con.pae.lv. 

with .pace for sketch book, etc. A comfortable and convenient seat. « 



i .50 
.50 
.75 

.60 

1.25 



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Sketching Umbrellas and Staffs, 





FRENCH UMBRELLA 



No. 2. 






No. J. 



No. 4. 
STAFFS. 



No. 6 



SKETCHING UMBRELLAS. 

French— Grey Linen, 28 inches, with Screw-jointed Staff in three parts, square- 
pointed steel shoe, nickel-plated trimmings, steel frame, turn-over joint; 
complete Eacb, $9.00 

American— Grey Linen, 30 inches, with Slip-jointed Staff in two parts, square- 
pointed iron shoe, steel frame, turn-over joint; complete " 5.00 

" Tourist "- Grey Linen, 31 inches, without Staff u 3.00 

44 Scholar's "-Grey Linen, 32 inches, without Staff " 2.00 

The " Tourist " and " Scholar's " can be used with any Staff. 



UMBRELLA STAFFS. 

No. 1 — Jointed, slip-joint, Japanned trimmings, iron shoe; 46 inches long. . .Each, $1.25 

2 —Plain Staff, Japanned, iron clasp and shoe ; 46 inches long " 1.25 

1 3J— Jointed, screw-joint, Japanned trimmings, iron clasp and shoe ; 48 

inches long H 2.50 

1 4 —Jointed, screw-joint, brass clamp, adjustable to any angle, iron shoe ; 

56 inches long " 2 75 

1 6 — Jointed, slip-joint, iron adjustable clamp, iron shoe; 48 inches long . " 1.00 



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F. W. DEVOK ,t C. T. RAYNOLDS 00. 



Artists' Manikins and Lay Figures. 
§ 





WHITE WOOD MANIKIN, 
WITH STAND. 



LAY FIGURE. 

FEMALE. 



ARTISTS' MANIKINS. 
Whitewood, with Iron Stands. 



He 



ght 6 inches 

r 9 

' 12 

' 15 

' 18 

' 21 

4 24 

' 30 

' 36 



.Each, 



$1.50 
1.75 
2.25 
2.75 
3.50 
4.40 
5.75 
9.25 

15.00 



* 
t 



Larger sizes imported to order. 



LAY FIGURES. 

Various qualities imported to order. Prices on application. 



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39 



Artist's Fine Palette and Painting Knives. 







Steel. Horn. 

PALETTE KNIVES. 



Clipped. Nos. 1 2 3 4 

PAINTING KNIVES. 



Steel, Ebony Handle, blade 3 in. long By doz. 

M 3* " -. ■ " 

- " 4 " 

" 4i ■« 

11 5 ■■ 

Trowel Form, Ebony Handle, 3 in. long 

3* " 

4 '■ 

4J " 

5 lt 

Clipped End, blade 3 in. long 

" 3J " 

" 4 " 

Horn (one piece; 4 in. long 



6 " 

7i " 

Petite (for gold) 

Pocket Palette Knives, Steel, Pearl Handle. 



11 Ivory ** 



$2.75 
2 75 
3.00 
3.40 
3.75 
4.00 
4.00 
4.50 
5.00 
5.50 
4.25 
4.75 
5.50 
1.00 
1.20 
1.75 
2.50 
.90 

15.00 
9.00 



PAINTING KNIVES— Very Flexible. 

No. 1— Steel, Long Pointed Trowel, 3, 3J, 4, 4£ and 5 inciies long Each, $ .70 

" 2— " Short, Broad Trowel, 2, 2£ and 3 inches long " .90 

" 3- " Angular Points, 3, 3|, 4, 4£ and 5 " " .70 

" 4— tl Long, Slender, Tapered Points, 4, 4£ and 5 inches long " .70 

11 5- " Angular Tapered Points, 3, 3J, 4, 4£ " 5 " " .70 



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F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDB CO 



F, W. DEVOE & GO'S 
Vitrifiable Colors in Tubes, for China Painting. 




WHITES. 

By doz. 

English White Enamel $2.40 

Relief White 2.40 

BLACK. 

Ivory Black $1.08 

GREYS. 

Grey No. 1, Light $2.04 

Grey No. 2 2.04 

Neutral Grey 2.04 

Pearl Grey 2.04 

Warm Gray 2.04 

CARMINES. 

Carmine A, Light $2.04 

Carmine No. 1... 2.04 

Carmine No. 2 2.28 

Carmine No. 3, Deep 2.88 

English Pink 3 00 

English Rose 3 qq 

Yellow Carmine 2.40 

REDS. 

Capucine Red $% 04 

Carnation No 1 2 04 

Carnation No. 2 2 04 

Carnation No. 3 2 40 

Flesh Tint " " 2AQ 

Orange Red 2 28 

PURPLES AND VIOLETS. 

Dee P Pur P ]e $5.16 

Deep Violet of Gold 4 20 



By doz- 
English Maroon $6.00 

Light Violet of Gold 3 48 

Purple No. 2 4 20 

Ruby Purple 7.08 

Violet of Iron 2.04 

BLUES. 

Dark Blue $1.68 

Deep Blue 2.04 

Deep Lltramarine . . 2 88 

Delft Blue 2.04 

Old Blue 2.04 

Royal Blue 3 00 

Sky Blue 2.04 

Victoria Blue 1.68 

GREENS. 

A pple Green $1.68 

Bronze Green 2.88 

Brown Green No. 6 2.04 

Dark Green No. 7 2 04 

Deep Blue Green 2 88 

Deep Chrome Green 2 04 

Duck Green 2.88 

Emerald Green 2.04 

Grass Green No. 5 2.04 

Moss Green J 2 04 

Moss Green V. 2 04 

Night Green 2.8S 

Olive Green 2 04 



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F. W. DEVOE & CO 5 
Vitrifiable Colors in Tubes, for China Painting— Continued. 



BROWNS. 

By doz. 

Brown Bitumen, No. 3 $2.04 

Brown, No. 4 or 17 2.04 

Chestnut Brown 2 04 

Deep Red Brown 2.04 

Evans' Brown (for Flower Painting) 2.40 

Sepia 2.04 

Vandyke Brown 2.04 

Yellow Brown 2.04 



FLUXES. 

By doz. 

Flux $i,G8 

Special Soft Flux 2 04 

YELLOWS. 

Ivory Yellow $2.04 

Orange Yellow ." 1.68 

Silver Yellow 1.68 

Yellow for Mixing. , . 1.68 

Yellow Ochre 2.04 



Grounding Colors. 

These colors are generally used for grounding or tinting: can also be used for painting 



BLUES. 

Bydoz. 
Celestial Blue $2.28 

Lavender 1.68 

Indian Blue 2 88 

Turquoise Blue 2.88 



GREENS. 

Best Blue Green $2 40 

Celadon 2.04 

Chrome Water Green 1.68 

Coalport Green 2.40 

Copper Water Green 1.68 

Sap Green, Dark 2.40 

Sap Green, Light 2.40 

Turquoise Green 2.88 



PINKS AND REDS. 

By doz. 

Pink, for Grounds $3.00 

Rose Du Barry 4.20 

Rose Pompadour. . 3.48 

Carmelite 1.68 

VIOLETS. 

Fusible Lilac $2.04 

Golden Lilac 3.00 

Mauve 3.48 

YELLOWS. 

Chinese Yellow $1.68 

Light Coffee 1 08 

Maize 2 04 

Old Ivory 2.40 

Trenton Ivory 2 40 






SAMPLE PLATES, FIRED. 

Plate No. 1, containing 44 colors Each, $3.00 

" " 2, « 44 " " 3.00 



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F. W. DEVOK & C. T. KAYNOLDS CO. 



Muller & Hennig's Royal Dresden China Colors. 

IN TUBES. 
For Painting on Glazed China, Tiles, Etc. 




WHITE. 

No. 1. Relief White (Aufsetzweiss) By tube, $ .25 

YELLOWS. 

Egg Yellow (Eigelb) By tube, - 

Lemon Yellow (Citronengelb) tk .25 

Canary Yellow (Canariengelb ) " .25 

Permanent Yellow (Aufsetzgelb) " ,25 

Ivory Yellow (Elfeubeingelb) *■ .25 

Albert Yellow (Albertsgelb, echt) " .40 

Yellow Ochre (Oekergelb) " .25 

GREENS. 

Yellow Green (Gelbgrun) B}- tube, $ .30 

Blue Green, light (Blaugriin, hell) «« 40 

Blue Green, dark (Blaugriin, dunkel) «< .40 

Dark Green (Dunkelgriin) * * ' h "^q 

Shading Gr* en (Schattirgriin) .•..././..........,...] • « "30 

Olive Green (Olivengriin) .*..".."..".*"....! " 30 

Grass Green (Grasgriin) .. . . . . " 30 

Turquoise Green (Tiirkisgriin) '.[.'. ] .'..[........[ [[ . [ " 60 

Black Green (Sctiwarzgriu) - 30 

Brown Green (Braungriin) .*.*.*.".'.'.'.**!*.'.'".*."""**! " 30 

BLUES. 

Air Blue (Luftblau) t> v 

Dark Blue (Dunkelblau) *.'.'. < 

Carmine Blue (Carminblau) ... 

Turquoise Blue (Turkisblau). ..... , 

Light Blue (Hellblau) ' " , 

Banding Blue (Randerblau)*... ( , 

Delft Blue (Delfterblau) "..".'."".".".".".".'.".".".".*."." ■ 



No. 2. 


'■ 3. 


m 4 


" 5. 


" 35. 


" 41. 


" 45. 


No. 6. 


11 7. 


" 8. 


" 9. 


" 10. 


11 11. 


" 25. 


" 39. 


11 42. 


" 52. 


No. 12. 


" 13. 


" 14. 


" 15. 


44 26. 


" 16. 


" 56. 


No. .38. 


" 17. 


44 18. 


11 19. 


" 20. 


" 21. 


" 54. 


" 55. 


No. 22. 


" 23. 


" 24. 


41 34. 


11 44. 


" 53. 


No 43. 


" 36. 


41 27. 


" 28. 


" 29. 


44 30. 



« — s PINKS AND PURPLES. 

Rose (Rosa) « 

Rose Purple (Rosenpurpur) ".".'.'.'/.'. } ] < ' 

Carmine Purple (Carminpurpur) « 

Deep Purple (Dunkelpurpur) u 

Deep Violet (Violet, dunkel) " " 4t 

Blue Violet (Blau violet)... 

Ruby Purple (Rubinpurpur) '. 

V lolet of Iron (Elsen violet) .'*.'.'.'.*.'.* .' 

Yellow Red (Gelbroth) REDS * 

Pompadour Red (Pompadour) * By tube ' 

Brown Red (Braunroth) " 

Flesh Red (Fleisehfarbe) 

Sj Pompadour Red (PompadourroUi j \ ] ] J ' « 

Carmine (Carmin) ' 

BROWNS. 

Chestnut Brown (Kastanienbraun) 

Chocolate Brown (Choooladenbraun) 

Finishing Brown ( Ausarbeitungsbraun) 

bepia Brown (Sepiabraun) & ] 

1 ellow Brown (Gelbbraun) 

Dark Brown (Dunkelbraun) 



tube, % .35 
.45 
.65 
.60 
.30 
.25 
.25 



.40 
,45 
.70 
.75 
.75 
.40 
.75 
.25 

.25 

.25 
.25 
.25 
.35 
.45 



.By tube, % .30 




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Muller & Hennig's Royal Dresden China Colors-Continued. 

BLACKS. 

o.31. Brunswick Black (Braunschweigerschwarz) R „ tll i * „ A 

• 32. Outlining Black (Schriftschwarz) . . .' ' By tube, * .,0 



No. 31 



GREYS. 



30 



No. 33. Grey for Flowers (Grau fiir Blumen). ... r v ,„,„, * Qrt 

37. Grey for Flesh (Grau fur Fleish) ' By tube, * .30 



40. Flux (Fluss).. 



.25 



Sample Plate, showing a full line of the above colors (firedj Each, $3.00 

The Osgood Royal Worcester Powder Colors. 

IN VIALS. 

Prepared and Ground Extra Fine. 

These recommend themselves to Artists and Amateur Decorators of China. Thev have 
been selected with special care, prepared and ground extra tine, which greatly facilitates 
painting with powdered colora. The list comprises every combination required to repro- 
duce the soft rich coloring of Worcester, Doulton and Derby decorations. They are readily 
adapted to all kinds of ware and glass, and are tired at the same degree of heat as daze 
colors. They will stand repeated firing, providing the heat does not exceed "ro*e color'" 
Matt Colors are rich, deep in tone and fire without a glaze, while Bronze Colors are 
semi-glazed, producing the metallic effect of Doulton decorations. They are mixed with 
fat oil and turpentine, and applied in the same manner as F. W. Devoe & Co's China Colors. 
Necessary colors for small list, including Bronzes marked 

•Matt Black. Each, $ 

*Matt Light Blue - 

Matt Turquoise Blue . . , * 

.Matt Paris Blue « 

Matt Deep Blue • 

♦Matt Yellow Brown . . . . ' 



♦Matt Brown. 
♦Matt Neutral Gray. 
•Matt Warm Gray'-. 
♦Matt Olive Green... 
♦Matt Blue Green... 



.30 
.30 
.30 
.50 
.30 
.30 
.30 
.30 
.30 
.30 
.30 



1 below. 

♦Matt Dark Green Each, 

♦Matt Light Yellow Green " 

♦Matt Pink - 

•Matt Purple 

♦Matt Flesh Red •• 

Matt Brick lied " 

♦Matt Dry Red << 

♦Matt Violet » 

♦Matt White " 

♦Matt Lemon Yellow ll 

♦Matt Gold Yellow " 



.30 
.30 
.40 
.50 
.40 
.40 
.40 
.50 
.30 
.30 
.30 



•Gold Relief Paste , Each, $ .30 



SPECIAL GROUND COLORS. 

♦Royal Worcester Cream Each, $ .30 

♦Royal Worcester Parian White (new) li .30 

♦Royal Worcester Ivory Vellum, No. 1 " .80 

♦Royal Worcester Ivory Vellum, No. 2 " .30 



Osgood Special Colors, in Vials. 

Holland Delft Blue, an entirely new blue, reproducing the genuine Holland Delft decora- 
tions — the only blue in the market satisfactory in all respects for securing graduated 
effects, from the most delicate to the strongest and deepest tones. 
Mr. (has. Vol k mar writes ■ " I recommend china painters to try the Osgood Delft Blue (for overglaze) 

which will suit their purpose admirably." 

In Vials Each, $ .40. 



Coalport Green (Glaze) Each, 

Sevres Yellow (Glaze) " 



$ 



30 
40 



English Pink Each, $ .40 

German Black. " .25 



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The Osgood 
flatt Bronze Painting and Grounding Colors. 

Semi=G1azed. Ground Extra Fine. Put up in Vials. 



Each, 

♦Matt Bronze Pink $.40 

Matt Bronze Salmon 30 

*Matt Bronze Lavender 50 

Matt Bronze Terra Cotta 30 

Matt Bronze Celeste 30 

Matt Bronze Brown 30 

♦Matt Bronze Green, Nos. 1 and 2. . .30 



Each. 

Matt Bronze Water Green $ .30 

♦Matt Bronze Celadon 30 

♦Matt Bronze Yellow 30 

♦Matt Bronze Orange 30 

Matt Bronze Golden Buff 30 

Matt Bronze Coral Red 40 



Imperial Colors, in Tubes. 

For China Painting. 



YELLOWS, 

By Tube. 
Ivory Yellow $ .25 

King's Yellow 50 

Deep Yellow 30 

BROWNS. 

Light Brown 30 

Medium Brown 30 

Dark Brown 30 

Rich Brown 30 

REDS. 

Flame Red . . _ 30 

Brown Red 25 

Pompadour 30 

Carmine 65 

Crimson 



50 

PURPLES. 

Imperial Purple (Yiolet) 75 

Lilac 

Ruby ...]]] 



.50 
.75 



BLUES. 



Light Blue 

Medium Blue 

Rich Blue 

Two-Fire Blue 

GREENS. 

Light Green 

Celestial Green (blue) 

Medium Green 

Neutral Green 

Dark Green 

GRAYS. 

Botanical Gray 

Flesh Gray 

BLACKS. 

Imperial Black 

Outlining Black 

Special Black (dry), per dwt 

VIOLET. 

Iron Yiolet. 



By 



Tube. 
.25 

.60 

.50 

.15 

.30 
Go 
.30 
.30 
.30 

.30 
.30 

.70 
.30 
.25 

.30 



Imperial Colors, Dry, in Powder. 

For Grounds Only. 



Coalport Green, Light. 
Coalport Green, Dark.. 

Marone, whole vials 

Marone, half vials 

Du Barry Pink 

Sevres Blue 



By Vial. 
.-.$ .25 
... .25 
. . . .80 
... 40 
. . . .35 
• . . .25 



By Vial. 

Oriental Yellow $ .25 

Copenhagen Gray, warm . .25 

Copenhagen Gray, bluish 25 

Salmon Pink 35 

Heliotrope , 50 



Hancock's Relief Paste. 

For Gold, in Powder By vial 





F. W. Devoe & Cos Gold for China 

Spared in paste for* o U glll „ slab , securely ^ h ^^ ^ 




Matt or Roman Gold 

Hard or Unfluxed Gold 
Green Gold 



Larger packages if desired. 

F. W. Devoe & Go's Liquid Bright Gold 

FOR DECORATING CHINA AND EARTHENWARE 

In boxes containing one vial Liquid Gold and one vial Essence for 



By box, $ .85 
.85 

.85 



By Bottle. 



thinning. .By box. $ .75 
Essence for Thinning Liquid Bright Gold. 

$ .2i 



L>5 



Osgood Art School Gold. 



grou 
They 



Superior in quality, durable, and warranted to give satisfaction. Thev 

z \r?ri [ upo r g J ass paiettes >^ ^ * boxes *«. mi d^ 

v can either be burnished or polished. 



are finely 

rections for use. 



Matt or Burnished Gold 

Hard, Cntluxed Gold, for overcolor 



Per Box. 

$1.00 



exclusively. 



1.00 



Green. 
Ked .. 



Per Box. 
...$1.00 
... 1.00 



Cooley's Prepared Gold on Glass Slabs. 

Pull directions for use with each box. 
Roman Gold an nr 



Roman Goid,Yarge 'size'.'//. $ 3"oo 

Hardorl nfiuxecf Gold, for overcolor" l.'oo 

Careen Gold ' i 00 

Light Gold... 75 



^ „ , , ^ Each. 

Green Gold Bronze $1.00 

Brown No. 6 Gold Bronze. ///////. 100 

Brown No. 8 Gold Bronze '///. " l'oo 

Copper Bronze 75 



Silver. 



.50 



By Vial 



Cooley's Liquid Bright Gold. 



.$ .75 






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F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Go's Oils and 
Mediums. 

For China Painting. One Ounce Bottles. 




Fat Oil of Turpentine By doz. $2.00 



Oil of Lavender. . 
Oil of Cloves . . . 
Balsam Copaiba 
Grounding Oil. . 
Aniseed Oil 



2.00 
3.50 
2.00 
2.50 
3 00 



Tinting Oil By 

Genuine Dresden Thick Oil, 

Rectified Spirits of Tar 

Oil of Tar 

Rect'd Spirit of Turpentine, 



doz. $3.00 
3.50 
1.50 
2 50 
1.00 



Ounce bottle. 



Osgood Mediums. 

FINELY=PREPARED TINTING OILS. 

To Thin Matt and Glaze Colors for Grounding and Painting 



.$ .30 



OIL OF TAR FOR RELIEF PASTE. 



Half-ounce bottle. 



.$ .15 



TAR PASTE. 

For Removing Color from Tinted Grounds. Does its work quickly, leaving the design 
in white for painting ; with full directions. 

$ .25 



Half-ounce bottle. 



Cooley's Sundries for China Painting. 



Platinum Powder By dwt. $2.00 

Paste, for Raised Gold. . . .By bott. .25 
Tinting Oil " 05 



Fixing and Tinting Oil (for tube col- 

ors ) By bott. $ 25 

Grounding Oil ; << .25 






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Lacroix's Oils and Mediums. 

For China Painting. 

By ,ioz. 

Ess. Grasse (Fat Oil Turpentine), 

l-o/. bottles $3 75 

Fat Oil Turpentine), 

/.bottles 300 Rectified Oil of Lavender, J-oz. 

Rect. Spirit of Turpentine, 1-oz. 



bottles 



1.00 



Rectified Oil of Lavender, 1-oz 
bottles 



bottles . 



By doz 

$2.75 
1.50 



Glass Brushes. 

For Scouring and Matting Gold. 




ORIGINAL THICKNESS AND HALF OF ORIGINAL LENGTH. 

No. l. Double, 8 inches long, \ inch diameter 

'' 2. -'8 " \ «< 

" 3. g " 1 «« 



.By doz. $3.00 
. 4t 000 

. " 9.00 



Agate Burnishers. 

Brass Ferrules, Polished Wood Handles. 




N "-J 7 3 By doz. $4.25 I Nos. 24 and 25 By doz. $7.75 

Pocket. Metal Handle <• 



,( 44, 



5.50 

7.00 



3.00 



For shape of No. 37, 44, 24 and 25, see Gilders' Burnishers. 

Pencils for Drawing on China. 

Conte Lithographic Pencils (black), Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Bv do/ t on 

Paber's Glass Pencils, blue, white and yellow !!!!!".!'.! » " 1.50 

Jewels. 

Rubies, Sapphires, Emeralds, Topazes, Turquoises, Crystals. 

• By doz, $.10 



Nos. 1 to 8 . 



Nos. 1 to 8. 



Cut Jewels. 

Of the same colors and sizes. 



.By doz. $ .20 



Cement. 

For Fastening Jewels , By doz. $3.00 



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Steel Color Erasers- 



curved Color Eraser By doz $4.00 j Straight Color Eraser.. . ... ..By doz. $4 00 



Straight Erasing Knife By doz. $5.00 



Color Eraser, with pin - By doz. $6.00 

Erasing Pin 2 25 

Glass Slabs. 

With Ground Edges. 




4 inches square Each, $ .10 

6 " " " .20 

7 " " " .30 

8 " M «« .40 



10 inches square . . .Each. 

12 •• " " 1.00 

14 u " " 1.25 

16 " ■• " 1.75 



Glass Mullers. 



Diameter, | inch. 


J inch. 


1 inch 


By doz. $ .95 


1.00 


1 25 


If inch to 6 inches 







1| inch. 1} inch. 

1.80 2.15 
Bvlb. $ -65 



Color Slabs. 




No. 3237, Color Slab, 21 recesses and slant, with cover, 41 x n in. By doz $9 00 

German, " 21 « •« « 4*x7 ". ' « 7 20 

Pencil Rests, 5 in. long u 1 30 



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49 



Japanned Tin Boxes for F. W. Devoe & Go's and 
French China Colors in Tubes. 




12 Divisions, Empty, 11J inches long, 6J inches wide, 2 inches deep Each $150 

18 u ' W* " 8* '« 2 «< ..-' { M 

24 " " 134 ' 10* «' 2 < .« 2.00 

12 Divisions, FiTTED.-Cont'g 12 Tubes F. W. Devoe & Go's Vitrifiable Colors; 9 Camel 

Hair Pencils for Shading, Tracing and Outlining ; 2 Stipplers ; 1 Grounding Bni-h ; 

Horn and Steel Palette Knives ; 1 Steel Pin; Rectified Spirit of Turpentine ; Fat ( HI 

of Turpentine; Oil of Lavender ; China Slab with %\ holes, slant and cover ; Transfer 

and Tracing Papers; Sketching Crayon, etc. 

Each $6.00. 

18 Dn rsiONS, Fitted— Cont'g 18 Tubes F. W. Devoe & Go's Vitrifiable Colors: 13 Camel 
Hair Pencils for Shading, Tracing and Outlining; 3 Stipplers ; 1 Grounding Brush; 
Horn and Steel Palette Knives ; 1 Steel Pin ; Rectified Spirit of Turpentine ; Fat Oil 
of Turpentine; Oil of Lavender; Balsam Copaiba; China Slab with 21 holes, slant 
and cover ; Transfer and Tracing Papers; Sketching Crayon, etc. 

Each. $8.50. 

24 Divisions, Fitted.— Cont'g 24 Tube- F. W. Devoe & Go's Vitrifiable Colors; 13 Camel 
Hair Pencils for Shading, Tracing and Outlining ; 4 Stipplers ; 1 Grounding Brush ; 
Horn and Steel Palette Knives; 1 Steel Pin; Rectified Spirit of Turpentine ; Fat Oil 
of Turpentine; Oil of Lavender ; Balsam Copaiba; China Slab ^ith 21 holes, slant 
and cover; Transfer and Tracing Papers; Sketching Crayon; Box of Gold ; Glass. 
Muiler, etc. 

Each $11 









50 



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China Kilns. 

For Firing China, Glass, Earthenware, etc, 
WILKE GAS KILNS. 



MADE EN EIGHT SIZES. 




No. 








1. 


10> 


12 Firing 


Pot 


2. 


12 x 


14 




8. 


14 x 


18 




4. 


15 x 


19 





Weight. Each. 

150 lbs $20 00 

250 » 25.00 

350 " 35.00 

450 " 45.00 



No. Weight. Each. 

44. 16 x 20 Firing Pot, 550 lbs $60.00 

5. 18x20 " 700 " 75 00 

55. 18x26 ' 900 " 90.00 

6. 26x20 1200 " 125.00 

This ap- 



Kilu equipped for burning gasolene at an advance on above prices of $5 00. 
paratus can be attached to anv of Wilke's Gas Kilns. 

Directions for setting up and tiring furnished with each Kiln. 

FITCH GAS KILNS. 
For Firing Decorated Bisque, China, Glass, etc., with all kinds of Mineral Colors. 

t a 8^^55fe ::::::::::: Ag |. * i6 i, STh ^ 20 in.... £3> 

w .T«fpteh Gas Kilns wm fire equaUyweU with either manufactured or natural zas 
With each Kiln we furnish directions, which are easily understood Any pe^on c n^re 
china in them without previous knowledge of this part of the work. 

PORTABLE CHARCOAL KILNS. 

For Firing Decorated China, Porcelain, Pottery, and all articles requiring a 

High Grade in Vitrifiable Colors. 



No. £ . ^ 

1. Size of Muffle, 10 in. high by 12 in. , $5.00 1 3° Size of Muffle 16 in. high by 15 in 

Illustrated circulars of Kilns sent on request. 



Each. 

$25 00 

50.00 



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51 



Winsor & Newton's Water Colors, in Cakes. 




HALF CAKE. 

Antwerp Blue 
Bistre 
Blue Black 
British Ink 
Bronze 
Brown Ochre 
Brown Pink 
Burnt Sienna 
Burnt Umber 
Charcoal Grey 
Chinese White 
Chrome Lemon 
Chrome Yellow 
Chrome Deep 
Chrome Orange 
Cologne Earth 

Whole Cakes 

Alizarin Crimson 
Black Lead 
Brown Madder 
Cerulean Blue 
Crimson Lake 

Whole Cakes 




WHOLE CAKE, 

Constant White 
Dragon's Blood 
Emerald Green 
Flake White 
Gamboge 

Hooker's Green, No. 1 
Hooker's Green, No. 2 
Indian Red 
Indigo 
Italian Pink 
Ivory Black 
King's Yellow 
Lamp Black 
Light Red 
Naples Yellow 
Neutral Tint 
By doz. $3.00 Half Cakes 



Indian Yellow 
Mars Yellow 
Neutral Orange 
Orange Vermilion 
Purple Lake 
Roman Sepia 
By doz. $6.00 




HALF CAKE. 

New Blue 
Olive Green 
Payne's Gray 
Prussian Blue 
Prussian Green 
Raw Sienna 
Raw Umber 
Roman Ochre 
Sap Green 
Terre Verte 
Vandyke Brown 
Venetian Red 
Vermilion 
Yellow Lake 
Yellow Ochre 

By doz. $1.65 

Rubens Madder 
Scarlet Lake 
Scarlet Vermilion 
Sepia 
Warm Sepia 



Half Cakes By doz. $3.00 



Cadmium Yellow, Pale 
Cadmium Yellow 
Cadmium Orange 
Cobalt Blue 
Cobalt Green 

Whole Cakes . , 

Aureolin 
Aurora Yellow 
Burnt Carmine 
Carmine 

Whole Cakes . 



French Blue ( n *^£ ne ) 
Indian Purple 
Intense Blue 
Lemon Yellow 
Mars Orange 
By doz. $750 Half Cakes 



Field's Orange Vermilion 
Madder Carmine 
Pink Madder 
Primrose Aureolin 
By doz. $12.75 Half Cakes 



Oxide of Chromium 
Permanent Mauve 
Permanent Violet 
Pure Scarlet 
Violet Carmine 
By doz. $3.75 

Purple Madder 
Rose Madder 
Scarlet Madder 
Yellow Carmine 
By doz. $6.38 



Smalt 
Whole Cakes By doz. $18.00 



Ultramarine Ash 
Half Cakes 






By doz. $9.00 






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Winsor & Newton's Boxes of Cake Water Colors. 




WHOLE i 

Mahogany Slide Top Box, 6 Colors, Br u Each $2.40. 

« 6 « F «« 'i2 <• 4.80 . 

" 18 " 7.25 

•' 24 " " •* 9.00.. 



IlAl I ( AKES 

Each - 

3.75 

5.00 




■E9V 

L0CK LOCK AND DRAWER. 

__ WHOLE CAKES. HALF CAKES. 

Mahogany Lock Box, 12 Colors, Brushes. etc. . . . Eac h. |5.75.. . .Each, $3.75 

Mahogany Lock and Drawer Box, 12 Colors, Brushes; etc •• 7 .' o " 5*00 

" 18 " " .' " 9.15.'.'.'. " 6.25 




COMPLETE. 

C um'v i in. 

Mahogany Box, fitted complete, 12 Colors wno ' BCAKEa " " ' 

18 " Ea ch, W.75 Ea 

.1 •' 13.00... 

Caddy Lid Box, extra flttii H.0<> • lO.OO 

" «• 13.00 

24 1T ■■"" 10.00 
26. 00 12.00 




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French Water Colors, in Boxes. 




No. 555. 

No. 110, White Wood, slide Lid, 10 half Cakes R . 

" 107, White Wood, slide Lid, 15 half Cake, By doz , $1.25 

;: "J Zfc ?°°w Sl ! de ^d. 10 Lalf < lakes, 4 plain Cups. .' .' [ .' ." .' \ ] [ ["l ' " ^ 

*** r *and S e a oiore V d°C ^ P o n I li Shed ' ** Li "' 12 ha!f Cakes - 2 I— Cu p ;. 

" !«*^ i, o^' 8lideLid J2 ^l«Cakes;and'4piain'cnps:::: ■' lf 

" £ I - iT Z 00d , pol :. shed ' slide Lid > l5 haif Cake ^ anj 4 pw» c«ps . 5 So 

622, Imt Satin Wood, polished, slide Lid,- 12 whole Cakes ... .. «™ 

48,Imt Mahogany,polished,hingedLid > 20halfCakes I and4 P iainCups •■ 500 

c'.nfan". rT'' ] P °r. ,iS,,ed ' hin S< d Lid ' 12 *"<> le Cakes, 2 OH ° 

Cups, and Colored Crayons.. 

'" ^iaK p r°a°n d d SSSfl f "*'" " ^ CakeS ' Lldia Illk 4 ! 

" 542 ' J, s! , ^^"^f'PoHshed, hinged Lid, 14 whole' Cakes," 1 Cake 

Sepia, 1 Cake India Ink, and 3 plain Cups .. 10 20 

52 ' In r!;n?Tw? d r , ! iDged U 2> Tray ' Lock > 15 whole Cakes," 2 gilt 

Cups 2 Water Glasses, and sundries * •. 19 m 

81, Imt Satin Wood, polished, hinged Lid, bras. Handle, 15 whole 

Lakes, 4 plain Cups, colored Crayons, Easel, Paletle, and sundries «« 21 00 

Hird's-eye Maple, veneered, inlaid and polished, hinged Lid, Tray 
Lock, 15 whole Cakes, India Ink, Sepia, 4 gilt Cups, colored' 

< rayons, and sundries s l ' „ oc AA 

on 00 



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Moist Water Colors, in Japanned Tin Boxes. 




" School of Art " Box —containing 12 Moist Colors in pans, and Brushes By doz. $450 

French Moist Water Colors, in Japanned Tin Boxes. 




THE M BEMBRAXDT." 

The " Rembrandt " Box— Small, containing C Moist Colors in half pans, and 

Brushes By doz $° 70 

The *' Rembrandt " Box— size 3x6J inches, containing 12 Moist Colors in 

half pans, and Brushes « 5 q 




Tl tt , T .„ „ THE "innmxo "-SMALL. 

The < Munllo" Box— Small, size 3* > 6£ inches, cont 



aimng 12 Moist Colors 



Zf3^«^*c^>^zs^xJZZ^ 



■By doz. $7.50 



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French Moist Water Colors in Japanned Tin Boxes— Continued. 




THE "MURILLO." 

The " Murillo" Box— size 34 x 7£ inches, containing 16 Moist Colors in pans, 
Chinese White and Sepia in tubes, and Brushes; flap and cover ar- 
ranged as Palette By doz. $11.00 

The u Improved Murillo" Box No. 476 — containing Movable Tray, 8 Moist 

Colors in pans, and Brushes ** 7 50 

The " Improved Murillo" Box No. 477— containing Movable Tray, 15 Moist 
Colors in Pans, tube Chinese White, and Brushes; cover arranged as 
Palette ' 13.50 

French Moist Water Colors, in Pocket Boxes. 




IMfCtCittf$ 




No. ^5. 

No. 220— Size U <2$ inches, contains 8 half pans Each, $1 25 

" 221—" lfx2f " " 10 " " 1.65 

11 222- " ljx3i " M 12 " lt 2.00 

" 223- * I}x3} " " H " " 2.25 

" 225-- 2 xU << •' 18 " " 3.00 









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F. W. Devoe & Go's Superior Moist Water Colors. 

IN HALF PANS. 






Antwerp Blue 
Bistre 
Blue Black 
Blue Verditer 
Brown Ochre 
Brown Pink 
Burnt Sienna 
Burnt Umber 
Charcoal Grey 
Chinese White 
Chrome— Light 
Chrome Yellow 
Chrome— Deep 
Chrome Orange 
Cologne Earth 
Dragon's Blood 



Emerald Green 

Flake White 

Gamboge 

Hooker's Green No. 1 

Hooker's Green No. 2 

Indian Red 

Indigo 

Italian Pink 

Ivory Black 

King's Yellow 

Lainp Black 

Light Red 

Magenta 

Mauve 

Naples Yellow 



Neutral Tint 
Olive Green 
Payne's G rev- 
New Blue 
Prussian Blue 
Prussian Green 
Raw Sienna 
Raw Umber 
Roman Ochre 
Sap Green 
Terre Verte 
Vandyke Brown 
Venetian Red 
Vermilion 
Yellow Lake 
Yellow Ochre 



By doz. 



.$1.50 



Alizarine Crimson 
Brown Madder 
Cerulean Blue 
Crimson Lak< 
Indian Lake 

By doz. 



Cadmium — Pale 
Cadmium Yellow 
Cadmium Orange 
Cobalt 

By doz 



Aureolin 
Burnt Carmine 
Carmine 



By doz. 



Smalt 



By doz 



Indian Yellow 
Mars Yellow 
Neutral Orange 
Orange Vermilion 
Purple Lake 



French Ultramarine 
Green Oxide Chromium 
Intense Blue 
Lemon Yellow 



Ex. Madder Carmine 
Gallstone 



Scarlet Lake 

Scarlet Vermilion 

Sepia 

Roman Sepia * 

Warm Sepia 

...$2.70 



Mars Orange 
Pure Scarlet 
Veronese Green 
Violet Carmine 



$3.35 



Pink Madder 
Purple Madder 
Rose Madder 



$5.75 

Ultramarine Ash 
$8.00 






NEW YOR K AND CHICAGO. 

Winsor & Newton's Moist Water Col^sTnTpanl 

WHOLB FAN. 

HALF FAN. 

Antwerp Blue Emerald Green or ,, 

5 btr * , Gamboge Olive Green 

Blue Black Hooker's Green Xo 1 E ayDe ' s Gre >' 

Brown Ochre Hooker's Green No' 2 Prussian Blue 

Burnt Sienna Indieo Raw Sienna 

Burnt Umber Italian Pink Raw ^ m ber 

Charcoal Grey Ivo B , * Roman Ochre 

Chinese White E vrfEL Sa P Green 

Chrome Lemon Lamo B^ac Te ™ V ^rte 

Chrome Yellow LiVn ' Red Vandyke Brown 

Chrome Deep Mauve Venetian Bed 

Chrome Orange Nnnlpe Vz.it,. Vermilion 

Cologne Earth Neu r- 1 T fm ■ Yellow Lake 

Dragon's BIoo.l New Blue Yellow 0cbre 

Who.e Pans. . .By doz. S^ Ma.f Pans By doz. $,.6 5 

assssff" ssrasr 

Carmine Lake Neutral IrL, Scar)et Lake 

Cerulean Blue Oranee \Wilinn g C8r,et Vermilion 

Crimson Lake Purnfe Lake Sepia 

Leitch'aBlue £S£s$. Warn, Sepia 

Who.e Pans . By doz. $6.00 Ha ,f p ans By doz $3 QQ 

Cadmium Yellow— Pale Freneh Rino ~ 

Cadmium Yellow Indian PuTnle Permanent Mauve 

Cadmium Oran Be In en"e B ue Permanent Violet 

Cobalt Blue , ' ! e | 8"- Pure Scarlet 

Cobalt Green Ma^OrlnJe SftS ,? ar,niDe 

O,.: j x- /-Vi . > inuian 

Aide of Chromium 

Whole Pans .... By doz. $7.50 Ha lf Pans By doz. $3.75 

A^om Yellow E5^%2P Y '? mil ™ P,,r P le *«"« 

Bum, Carmine Pink MaddeT 6 ^ "tf*? r 

Carmine S r „'7 r ,. Scarlet Madder 

Whole P„nc « I nmrose Aureolm Yellow Carmine 

Whole Pans By doz. $12.75 Half Pans By doz. $6.38 

.... „ Smalt Ultramarine Ash 

Whole Pans By doz. $.8.00 Half Pans By doz. $9.00 

Moist Water Colors— Various. 

Bourgeois' Rose Cartbame, Half Pans Bv doz ^ 

Whole Pans «< ^ o 

v in Tul >es «i 480 

Newman's Charcoal Grey, Half Pans. i. 2 <^ 

11 Whole Pans " 4.50 



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Japanned Tin Boxes for Moist Water Colors— Empty. 




For Whole Pans. 



G Divisions By doz, $9 50 

8 " " 10.35 

10 lt H 11.25 

12 " " 1260 

14 " " 13.50 



16 Divisions By doz. $14.40 

18 " <* 15.30 

20 " »' 16.20 

24 " " 18.00 



Winsor & Newton's Moist Water Colors, in Pans. 

In Japanned Tin Boxes. 

6 Divisions, Fitted.— Containing 2 Whole Pans and 8 Half Pans, 4 Red Sable 

Pencils, and 1 Wash Brush Each, $3.25 

8 Divisions, Fitted.— Containing 2 Whole Pans and 12 Half Pans, 4 Red Sable 

Pencils, and 1 Wash Brush »* 4 gg 

10 Divisions, Fitted.— Containing 2 Whole Pans and 16 Half Pans, 4 Red 

Sable Brushes, and 1 Wash Brush . . * 75 

12 Divisions, Fitted.— Containing 4 Whole Pans and 16 Half Pans, 4 Red 

Sable Brushes, and 1 Wash Brush * . » 5 q 

16 Divisions, Fitted.— Containing 7 Whole Pans and 18 Half Pans, 4 Red 

Sable Brushes, and 1 Wash Brush „ in 00 

20 Divisions, Fitted.— Containing 9 Whole Pans and 22 Half Pans, 4 Red 

Sable Brushes, and 1 Wash Brush , , to ^ 

1 « Uv 

24 Divisions, Fitted. -Containing 11 Whole Pans and 26 Half Pans, 4 Red 

Sable Brushes, and 1 Wash Brush 

■ J 2. 75 



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Japanned Tin Boxes for Moist Water Coiors-Empty.-Con*^ 




For Half Pans. 



10 
12 
16 



U Di *wiona .....Bydoz. $8.10 

■••••■ " 9.45 

" " 10.36 

il 11.70 

" 12.60 



18 Divisions Dydo2 mM 

04 I! " 1496 

* D " 21.60 



Winsor & Newton's Hoist Water Colors, in Pans. 

In Japanned Tin Boxes, 



6 DmsxoNS, F.TTEo.-Containin, 6 Half Tans, 3 Red Sable Pencils, and 1 
A\ ash Brush 



• Each, $2.25 



12 Divisions, PiTTEo.-Containing 12 Half Pans, 4 Red Sable Pencils, and 1 
Wash Brush 



16 Divisions, Fitted. -Containing 16 Half Pans, 4 Red 



Wash Brush. 



Sable Pencils, and 1 



20 Divisions, Fitted. -Containing 20 Half Pans, 4 Red Sable Brushes, and 1 
Wash Brush 

24 Divisions, FiTTBD.-Containing 24 Half Pans, 4 Red Sable Brushes, and 1 
Wash Brush 



3.50 



5.00 



7.00 



8.75 



32 I) 



* Divisions, Pitted. -Containing 32 Half Pans, 4 Red Sable Brushes, and 1 
Wash Brush 

40 Divisions, Fitted.— Containing 40 Half Pans. 4 Red Sable Brushes, end 1 
Wash Brush 



11 11.75 



" 12.75 



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Japanned Tin Boxes for Moist Water Colors. 




THE "PERFECT" WATEK COLOK BOX. 

"Perfect" Water Color Box, 7£ x 10J inches, 1J inches deep, with Water Bottle, Brush 
Holder, Brush Washer, and Tray to hold 24 Whole or 48 Half Pans, or Tray to hold 
24 Tubes Moist Water Colors will be substituted if desired. 

Each $o.25. 

" Perfect' 1 Box, Fitted— Assortment S— Containing 24 Half Pans F. W. Devce & Co's 
Moist Colors (leaving space in Tray for 24 additional colors) ; China Slab ; Crayons ; 
Lead Pencil; Rubber: Stumps; Sponge; India Ink; Sky Brush; 2 Red' Sable and 
1 Russia Sable Brush; with 1 "Eagle" Water Color Block 7 x 10, etc. Complete. 

Each • $7.50. 

Assortment T.— Same as above, with 48 Half Pans. Complete. 

EaCl1 $12.00. 

Assortment U.-Same as Assortment B, with 24 Whole Pans Winsor & Newton's Moist 
Colors. 

Each 

Assortment V -Same as Assortment S, with 48 Half Pans Winsor & Newton's Moist 
Colors. 

"■* IU.75 






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Winsor & Newton's Moist Water Colors, 

IN COLLAPSIBLE TUBES. 




Antwtr ^ Blue Gamboge p , 

Bistre HnoL * rj XT Payne's Grey 

-Hooker's Green No 1 t> . «, 

Bhle BI;,ck Hooker's Green No I ' US8 ! M T" 

Brown Ochre Indian Red Prussian Green 

Brown Pink Indieo Knw Sienna 

Burnt Sienna Italian Pink J' '"' U "A'T 

Burnt Umber Ivory Black Roman Ochre 

Charcoal Grey Lamp Black Sap Green 

Chrome Lemon Light Red 171]%" 

Chrome Yellow MkuTe Vandyke Brown 

Chrome Deep Xaples Yellow Venetian Red 

Chrome Orange Neutral TIM Vermuion 

Cologne Earth N ! Bi ,1 ISTSI" 

Emerald Green Olive Green Yellow Ochre 

BydOZ $3.00 

Alizarin Crimson Leitrh'* R]i,p t > , 

S2SE centra, Orange strS ^ iIion 

nmson i^ake Oranire Vermilion Senin 

W« bellow Pllrp I eLake *£ 

Roman Sepia 

By doz $6.00 

Cadmium Fellow-Pale French Blue Permanent Mauve 

'/" '".""" ,V' l,mV Ill,lia " Pnr P le Permanent Violet 

Cadmium Oramze Lemon Yellow rn« ■ . 

,. _ 3 -uemon leiiow Ultramarine Ash (Grey) 

( obalt Blue Mars Or-mo-A t-;~i . n . ^ lK y / 

,. , u n - uars uran ge \ ioIet Carmine 

<- Obalt Green Oxide of Chromium Yiridian 

B * d0Z -^^ $7.50 

Aureulin Field's Orange Vermilion Purple Madder 

Aurora Yellow Madder Carmine Rose Madder 

Burnt Carmine Pink Madder Scarlet Madder 

Primrose Aureolin Yellow Carmine 
B ^ doz $12.75 

Smalt Ultramarine Ash (Blue) 
B y d °z $18.00 

Chinese White , .By doz. $1.90 

in large Tubes " 3.75 






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Japanned Tin Boxes, for Moist Water Colors 
in Tubes -Empty. 




12 Division?. 



12 Divisions Each, $1.50 

IS ' " 1.60 

20 ■' - 1.75 



24 Divisions Each, $2.00 

30 " » 2.15 



Winsor & Newton's Moist Water Colors, in Tubes. 

In Japanned Tin Boxes. 

12 Divisions, Fitted.— Containing 12 Tubes, 3 Red Sable Brushes, and 2 Wash 



Brushes . , . 



Each, $6.25 

9.00 

12.00 



15 Divisions, Fitted.— Containing 15 Tubes/ 3 Red Sable BrusheV/and Wash 

Brushes 

20 Divisions, FiTTED.-Containiog 20 Tubes,' 4 Red Sable Brushes/and 2 Wash 

Brushes 

24 Divisions, Pitted.— Containing 24 Tubes,' 4 Red Sable Brushes," and 2 Wash 

Brushes < ( 14 75 

Japanned Tin Water Bottles. 





No. 1, Round, 3£ inches lone, w 



2, 

3, Oval, 

4, '• 

5, ■' 



Si 

5* 
6" 



OVAL 

Ultw ?, cu P s Bvdoz.$6.00 

' 7.50 

■ " 7.20 

" 9.00 

*' 10.80 



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F. W. Devoe & Co' s Designers' Moist Water Colors. 

In Glass Jars with Metal Screw Caps. 

Finely ground; adapted for designing textiles ■ a Uni». i ,, , 

oring plans, tracings, etc. ' als ° lar S el y used b y draftsmen for col- 




SIZE OF JAR 



By Jar. 



Antwerp Blue 
Burnt Sienna 
Burnt Umber 
Blue Black 
Cremnitz White 
Chrome Yellow, Light 
Chrome Yellow, Deep 
Chrome Yellow, Orange 
Chronic Green, Light 
Chrome Green, Medium 
Chrome Green, Deep 



Kmerald Green 
Flake White 
Gamboge 

Imperial Red, Light 
Imperial Red, Deep 
Indigo 
Ivory Black 
Indian Red 
Lamp Black 
Light lied 
Naples Yellow 



$ .40 

Neutral Tint 

Prussian Blue 

Haw Sienna 

Raw Umber 

Roman Ochre 
Terre Verte 
Vandyke Brown 
Verona Brown 
Venetian Red 
Yellow Ochre 
Zinc White. French 



f 



By Jar. 



$ .75. 



Crimson Lake 
Cobalt Blue 
Imperial Madder 



Scarlet Lake 

Sepia 



Ultramarine Blue 
Yellow Lake 



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F. W. DEVOE & COS 
Water Color Liquids and Preparations. 

IN BOTTLES. 




LIQUID 

INDIA INK 

nAMUFACTURED BY 

FWDEVoEftG" 

NEW YORK 





;hinesewhite 

MANUFACTURED BY 

EWDEVoE&C*. 

NEW YORK. 



Liquid Carmine. 



Yellow. 

Green 

India Ink 

Prussian Blue. . 
Sepia 



.Bvdoz. $3 00 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 



Permanent Chinese White, .By doz. $3.00 
Liquid Extract of Ox Gall.. * 4 ' 3.00 
Prepared Gum Water, 2 oz. 

bottles " 1.80 

Gold Ink «• 3.00 

Silver Ink •• 3 00 



C. T. Raynolds & Co's Permanent Chinese White. 

In bottles (see illustration above .By doz. $3.00 

F. W. Devoe & Co's Permanent Chinese White. 





Small Tube. Large Tube. 

Small Tubes By doz. $1.50 j Large Tubes By doz. $3.00 

Schoenfeld's Permanent Chinese White. 

Small Tube- By doz. $2.50 : Bottles Bv doz *4 00 

Large li " 4.00 



In Bottles 



Larrabee's White Ink. 

For use on Black and Dark Shades of Bristol Board and Paper. 



.By doz. $3.00 



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F. W. Devoe & Co's Indelible Drawing Inks— Liquid. 

These inks are waterproof and of superior quality. Brush tints can be freely applied 
over them without blurring the lines. 




ONE OUNCE BOTTLES. 



Black By doz. $3.00 



Blue . 
Brown . 
Carmine. 



3.60 
3.60 
3.60 



Green. . 
Scarlet 
Yellow 



.By doz. $3 60 

3 60 

. " 3.60 



Higgins' American Drawing Inks. 

BLACKS. 
Waterproof— Whitb Label. General— -Red Label. 

COLORS, Waterproof. 

Blue, Brown, Brick Red, Carmine, Green, Indigo, Orange, Scarlet, 
Vermilion, Violet, Yellow. 

f-ounce Bottles By doz. $3 00 

i-pint Bottles Each, 2 00 






Higgins' Special Inks. 

Pure Carbon Solutions. 

Engrossing Ink, 2-ounce Bottles By doz: $3 00 

Eternal Ink (for general writing) 2-ounce Bottles '• 1.80 

Indelible Laundry Ink, small Bottles «* i,8G 



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Liquids and Preparations. 





-, i PERMANENT I V, 



f LIMITED) 

i^Jicrthbone Place. L< 



rr 
i 
j 



3 




jAK(iK - LAK "> No. 303. 

WINSOR & NEWTON'S LIQUIDS AND PREPARATIONS. 

In Bottles. 



Large. 



Asphalt urn $3.75 

Carmine 3 75 

Chinese White, Permanent. . . 3.75 

Gold Ink 3. 75 

Silver Ink 3.75 

Indian Ink 3.75 

Indelible Brown Ink ', 3.75 



Small. 
y doz. 
$1.90 
1 90 
1.90 
1 90 
1 90 
1.90 
1.90 



Large. 

Lamp Black $3.75 

I >\ Wall, Limpid 3.75 

Prouts' Brown 3 75 

Prussian Blue 3 75 

SfP**::. • • ' '*'• 3*75 

\ erminon 3 75 



Small 
doz. 
$1.90 
1.90 
1.90 
1.90 
1.90 
1.90 

$375 
3.75 



Albanine, a pure photographic white, large bottles tk, a™ 

Process Black, a dead black of great density, large bottles.'. ".'.'.*.'..". ?. " 

In Pots. 
WaSaf^ld Size L * rg f, S ' Ze ' *f ^ Sma11 Bize > *^° per doz. 

WINSOR & NEWTON'S DRAWING INKS. 
In one ounce Bottles with Quill Feeder for filling Drawing Pen. 

By doz., $3.00 
3.00 
BOURGEOIS' LIQUID INDIA INK. 



Blaok.— Waterproof India Ink ■ General Drawing I 



marine 



Small Bottles, Xo. 303 (see drawing above) 
Large " » 302.... 



.Bv doz., $2.25 
. * lt 4.50 



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F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Cos Indestructible Paste. 

IN GLASS JARS. 
For Mounting Photographs, Prints, Engravings, Etc. 




Half Pints By Jar, $ .20. 

Pints " 30 

Quarts ,l 40 - 



Higgins' Special Adhesives. 



IN GLASS JARS. 

3 ozs. 6 ozs. 

Photo Mounter By doz. $1.80 $3.00. 

Drawing Board Mucilage " 1.80 3.00. 



Gold and Silver Cups and Shells. 



14 ozs. 

.$6.00 
. 6.00 




Pure Gold Cups, 9 Lines, J in. diameter. .. By doz. $ .80 

12 " 1 " ■ " 1.20 



15 
18 



H 
ii 



2.25 
4 50 



By 


doz. 


$2.25 


i 


i 


3.40 
4.20 






F. W. DEVOE & C T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



Gold and Silver Cups and Shells — Continued. 



Pure Gold Cups, 21 Lines, If tn. diameter By doz. $6.00 

" 24 " 2 " m aoo 

" Tablets « 21.00 

Silver Cups, 12 Lines, 1 in. diameter. " 05 

Gold Shells " L90 

Silver " ■- " .65 



India Ink. 




No. 3101, Super Super, 12 to lb 

41 3103, " " 24 » 



No. 3101. 



.By stick, $ .65 
. u .35 



f I '**p4P 



No. 3103, Super, Lion Head, round, gilt, 64 to lb 



.By stick $ .08 






No. 3104, Super, Lion Head, oval, plain, 40 to lb. 



By stick, f .12 




No. 3109, Super, Square, 32 to lb 

" 3113, Square, plain, 32 to lb B ^ stick ' * 16 

" 3114, " ii 64 u By lb. 1.50 

;." 3115, Red India Ink, 30 " " 150 

" 3116, Blue " «i 3o « By stick, .25 

" .25 



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India Ink— Continued. 




No. 3130. 



No. 3118, Square, Black, silt figures, small , Bv stick $ 25 

"3120, '« ii 5 « *.« lar^e .7. ....... *<< 50 




No. 3121. 

No. 3121, Oblong, Black, gilt dagger and figures. 



.By stick, $1.00 




No. 3122. 



No. 3122, Oblong, Black, gilt figures. By stick, $1.00 




No. 3124. 

No. 3124, Oblong, Gilt, Double Dragon By stick $2 00 

11 3130-C, Nan King, Golden Idol, oblong, 3£ in " ' 3.00 

; 8131-A, Mandarin, Bird of Paradise, oblong. 3Hn " s.OQ 

3131-B, u Double Golden Dragon, oblong, 4£ in " 5 00 

" 3131-C, " Garden, 4J in - 6 00 

" 3132-B, Black, Dragon, oval, 3^ in ■< 1.50 

3135-B, " Hexagon, Gilt Dragon, 4 in » 1.00 

3136, " Elephant, square, 3| x f in " 25 

tl 3137, " » oblong, 3* /J in " '75 

11 3139, " Pearl, 2J in - 200 



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Japan Ink. 




"So. 3i& 

Patterns do not always agree with illustration as they are constantly changed. 
No. 3141. Japan, oval bark, 3£ in By stick, $ .50 



1 3142 
8143. 

3144. 



oblong, large figure, 3J in 

tine, various patterns . 



.75 

1.00 
2.00 



F. W. Devoe & Co's Chinaware. 

PALETTES. 




No. 3181, 

" 8182, 

" 3183, 

14 3184, 

" 3185, 8 

11 3186, 9 

" 3187, 10 



OVAL. 

oval. By doz. 



$1.55 
2.15 
2.40 
3.00 
3.60 
4.00 
5.00 




No. 3191, 

" 3192, 

11 3193, 

" 3194, 

" 3195, 

" 3L9C, 

" 3197, 



OBLONG. 

in. oblon? 



By doz , 



12 Lines, 
15 " 
18 " 
21 " 
24 " 
27 " 



1 in. 
H " 
1* M 
If •■ 

2 " 
2\ - 



PLAIN PORCELAIN CUPS 

.By doz., % .12 
.15 



.20 
.25 

.60 



30 Lines, 2J in. dtam By doz. 

33 

30 

39 •< 3i 

42 " 31 



3 



$1.55 
2.15 
2.40 
3.00 
3 60 
4.00 
5.00 



$ .70 

.85 

1.00 

1.20 

150 



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F. W. Devoe & Go's Chinaware — Continued. 
CABINET NESTS. 




No. 3201. 
FIVE CUPS AND COVER. 

No. 3201, 2f in. diameter. . .By doz. $4 80 
11 3202, 2| " " . .. " 5.40 

" 3203,3 " " ... " 6.60 



No. 3204, 3£ in. diameter. . .By doz. $7.80 
" 3204J, 3 " '« Deep " 6.60 



TINTING SAUCERS. 




No. 3207. 

No. 3206 B, 1} in. diameter, By doz. $ .25 No. 3209, 3 in. diameter, By doz. $ .45 

" 8206 C, H " " " .30 u 3210, 3£ " " " .50 

44 3207, 2 " " " .35 " 3211, 4 M " " .55 

11 3208, 2± " " " .40 

No. 3212, Architects' Slant and Basin, 7| in. diameter By doz. $10.80 

INK SLABS, 

I| 

--^Z^^^^W / ^b ^StjKs'lll'l 

No. 3242, Improved Ink Slab, with cover, size, 2£x5 \ in By doz. $6.60 

Slate Ink Slab, with glass cover, size, 3£x3J in «' 4.20 

11 u " " " " " 5x5 " ■ COO 

No. 3238, Pencil Rest, 5 inches long. By doz. $1.30 




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F. W. Devoe & Co's Chinaware— Continued. 



DIVIDED SLANTS. 



□ 



O 



□) 



q 



IIZDLZ3I 



CDCU 



□C3 

(eizir 



3 



(a 



□a 



3 
^ 



CD 



□ 



No 3213. 



No. 3215. 



No. 32-30. 



No. 3214. 



No. 3213, 

44 3214, 

" 3215, 

44 3216, 

44 3217, 

44 3218, 6 

44 3219, 8 

" 3220, 12 



1 Divis 



ion Slant, 1£ x 2 in By doz 



Hx3f 

3 x7J 4 . 
2^x7^ ". 
2Jx7J ». 
6 x7£ ". 
6 x7f '. 



$ .85 
1.20 
1.55 
2.45 
3.15 
3.60 
5.25 
8.40 




oool 




□ 



No, 



No. 

3221, 
3222, 
3223, 
3224, 
3226, 
3227, 
3230, 
3231, 
3232, 



No. 3227. 



3221. No. 3226. 

India Ink Slab, 2-0, H x 2f in 

" " " 1-0, 2^x3^ " [ 

4i " " 1- 2Jx4 " 

" ' 4 " 2- 2Jx4J ". 

Well Slab, 3 Wells and 3 Slants, 2 J x 4 in. . 

" 5 " « 5 " 4 x7f " . 

Square Divided Tile, 2 Divisions, 2{x4 in. 

" 4 « 4Jx4l". 

6 " 4^x7^ ". 



.3231. 




r doz. 


$1.10 




11 


1.55 




4 


1.80 




• 


3.00 




< 


2 25 




1 


5.40 




( 


1.50 




1 


2.60 




* 


3.60 



Water Glasses. 




$1.80 
2.40 
3.00 
3.60 
4.20 



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Extra Soft French Pastel Crayons, 

Each Crayon Wrapped in Tissue Paper. 




No. 1. 

No. 00, Treble size.— Three trays, three rows, cont'g 415 Crayons, assorted 
colors, of which 268 are Extra Soft, 112 Half-Hard, and 35 Large 
Conical for Backgrounds By box, $12.00 

*• 0, Double size. — Two trays, three rows, eont'g 272 Crayons, assorted 
colors, of which 1*0 are Extra Soft, 56 Half-Hard, and 36 Large 
Conical for Backgrounds " 8.00 

" 1, Double size.— Two trays, two rows, cont'g 180 Crayons, assorted 

colors 

Full size .134 Crayons, assorted colors 



2, 

3, 
4, 
5, 
6, 
6, 
6, 
6, 



extra, 



90 
64 

56 
44 

30 
30 
30 
30 



Brown ...By box, $ .60 

Blue..., •* .60 

Emerald Green " -60 

Flesh Tints ' .60 

Grey " .60 

Green 4t -CO 

Lake " .60 

Ochre. " -60 

Purple. " -75 



White 

Black 

assorted shades, in following colors 

Red By box, 

Rose 

Violet 

Vermilion . . 

Warm Grey 

Yellow 

Carmine 

Carmine and Lake 



6.00 
4.00 
3.25 
2.25 
1.50 
100 
.60 
.60 



$1.00 

.60 

.60 

1.00 

.60 

.60 

3 00 

1.25 



BACKGROUND CRAYONS.- Large Size, Conical Shape. 

No. 7, 100 Crayons, assorted colors By box, $8 00 

" 8, 23 " " " " 1-75 









F. \V. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



Extra Soft Pastel Crayons. 

Separate Shades. 




Packed in wooden boxes of one dozen Crayons of each shade, or assorted shades, if 
desired— No. 1 being the deepest shade. We can not fill orders for less than one box. 

White By box, $ .50 | Black By box, $ .50 



GREYS. 



Deep Grey Nos. 1, 2, or 3. 

Light G:ey 

Yellow Grey 

Olive Grey 

Blue Grey 

Warm Grey 

Neutral Grey 



Burnt Umber Nos 

Burnt Sienna " 

Italian Earth ' 4 

Purple Brown ... »' 

Raw Umber - 

Red Brown *' 

Vandyke Brown " 



.By box, $ .50 
. " .50 

.50 
. " .50 

. " .50 

.50 
.50 



1, 2,3, 4, 5, or 6 

1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 

1. 2, 3, 4, 5. or 6...- 

1, 2, 3,4, 5, orG 

h 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 

1. 2. 3. 4, 5, or« 

BROWNS. 

1,2,3, 4, 5. C. or 7. By box, $ .50 

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, C, 7, or 8 

1. 2, 3, or4 

1, 2, 3, 4. 5, or6 

1,2,3,4,5, 6, or 7 

1, 2. 8. 4, 5, or 6 

1, 2, 3, or 4 



.50 
.50 
.50 
.50 
.50 
.50 



BLUES. 



Indigo Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, or 7 By box, $ .50 

Prussian Blue " 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, G, or 7 «« .50 

Ultramarine.. " 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or G « .50 



Cobalt. 



1 



2 00 



GREENS. 



Deep Chrome Gieen Nos 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 By box $ .50 



Deep Blue Green 
Emerald Green .... 

Emeraude Green 

Light Chrome Green 

Olive Green 

Teire Verte 

Viridian 

Yel'ow Green 



1 


2, 
- ■ 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2, 
2, 
•2. 


3, 
3, 
3, 
3, 
3, 
3. 

3. 
3. 


or 4 
4 5 
4, 01 
4,5, 
4,5, 
4,5, 
4,5, 
4,5, 








1 


or 

5. 
OI 

6, 
8, 

Of 

6, 


3. 




1 




1, 


G. 
or 
or 
6. 

<>r 




1, 


7 


1, 


7 


1, 




1, 


7 ... 



.50 
.50 
.50 
.50 
.50 
.50 
.50 
.50 









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75 



Extra Soft Pastel Crayons — Continued. 



Carmine. 



REDS. 

No. 1 By box, 

■' 2 

" 3 

" 4 

" 5,6or7 

Chinese Vermilion. ..... . " 1 - 

- 2 

" 3 

•■ 4, 5, 6 

Crimson Lake " 1 



Scarlet Vermilion 
Vermilion 



" " 3, 4, 5, Gor7. . 

Indian Red " 1,2,3, 4, 5 or 6 

Maroon ' 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5. . . 

Hose Madder . - * ' 1 



Venetian Red. 



3 

4 

5 or 6 

1, 2, 3, 4,5, Gor7. 
1 

2, 3 4, 5, 6 or 7 
lor 2 



$3.60 

2.50 

1.50 

1.20 

.50 

.85 

.70 

.GO 

.50 

1.50 

1.00 

.50 

.50 

.50 

2.50 

1 80 

1.35 

1.00 

.50 

.50 

1.20 

.50 

.50 



YELLOWS. 

Burnt Ochre Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 By box, 



Chrome Yellow. 
Flesh Ochre 
Naples Yellow. . 

Orange 

Yellow Ochre . . . 
Raw Sienna 



1,2, 3,4, 5, 6 or 7. 
1, 2*3, 4, 5 or G... 
1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 ... 

1 or 2 

1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6... 
1 



.50 
.50 




.50 




.50 




.50 


. 


.50 




.50 


Iff 1 








. 











Purple . 
Violet. . 



.Ko. 1 By box, $ .75 

. " 2 3, 4, 5 or 6 • - 50 

it ., « 1.20 



1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 



.50 



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Half = Hard Pastels, in Flat Boxes. 

Assorted Colors. 




By box. 
12 Crayons, assorted colors $ .50 



25 

50 



.75 

1.50 



By box, 

75 Crayons, assorted colors.. $2.25 

100 " " » 3.00 




Hard Pastel Crayons. 

In Fancy t>aper Boxes. 
FIRST QUALITY. 

12 Assorted Colors in box By dozen boxes, $3.00 

18 4( " . . " «■ " 4 on 

24 

30 i '" i. 

38 " " •« u 

48 " " " s< 



565 
6.85 

8.45 
11.25 



SECOND QUALITY. 

2 Assorted Colors in box By dozen boxes, $1 20 

J! " " " 1-50 

2.00 
2.50 
300 



Colored Crayons — Ordinary. 



Boxes of 6 Crayons, in packages of two dozen boxes 



.Bypkge. $1.00 



No. 23, 6 Assorted Colors in box. 
" 20,12 



Imperial Wax Crayons. 

In Fancy Slide Paper Boxes. 



.By dozen boxes, $ .75 
■ " " 2.50 



Eagle School Crayons, in wood. 



In Fancy Paper Boxes. 

No. 797, 6 Assorted Colors in box. 
14 798, 12 » " " 



.By dozen boxes, $1.20 
2.40 



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Crayons and Chalk. 




Square. 



Conte's Square Black Cray 



Round 

Square White 
Round Black 
Square Red 
Sepia 
Durers »' Grey 
French, Round, Colored 



Reduced size of gross package. 

IN BOXES OF 1 GROSS. IN BOXES OF 1 

ons, No. 1, hard By gross, $1.60, By doz. 



" 2, medium . 

»■ 3, soft 

" 1,2, or 3... 

" 1,2, or 3... 
Varnished 



assorted colors 



1.60. 
1.60. 
3.50 

1.60. 
4 50 
1.60. 
2.25. 
1.15. 
.75, 



Round. 

)OZEN. 

$ .18 
.18 
.18 
.35 
.18 
.42 
.18 
.25 
.15 
.12 




Conte's Velvet Sauce Crayons, wrapped in Foil, in boxes of { gross By gross, $8.00 

in Vials ... By doz. 1.35 

Manhattan Sauce Crayons, wrapped in Foil, in boxes of £ gross By gross, 6 00 

Perfection Sauce Crayons, in Vials, soft and transparent; gives a rich grey 

tone By doz - 1-00 

11 Peerless' 1 Crayon Sauce, in Vials; superior " 3. 00 

Lemercier's Lithographic Crayons, Nos. 1, 2, or 3, in boxes of 12 Crayons. .By gross, 3.25 

Currier's " tk tl 1, 2, or 3, in pkgs. of 12 " .. " 4.50 

Blackboard Crayons, White, in boxes of 1 gross .20 

" " assorted colors, in boxes of 1 gross " 1.00 

Hardtmuth's Blackboard Chalk, in boxes of £ dozen; ass'd colors. .By dozen boxes, 1.80 



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Crayons and Chalk— Continued. 

LECTURERS' CRAYONS. 

Especially adapted for Caricaturists, Blackboard Illustrators, etc. h inch square, in 
boxes of two dozen. Light Red, Dark Red, Light Blue. Dark Blue, Yellow, Light Green, 
Dark Green, Orange, Pink, Brown, Purple, Scarlet. 

Colored (except Scarlet;, single color in box By box. $ .85 

" ** •' assorted colors in box 

Scarlet " 1.25 

White » .GO 

RED CHALK. 

Red Chalk or Kiel, in fingers By lb . $ 20 

" in sticks, paper covered, small By doz , .25 

" " " 4 ' medium '« .50 

large - .75 



Crayon Pencils, in Polished Cedar. 




Contes, No. 1, Black, hard 

2, " medium 

0, " extra riue (very hard) 

" 1, " " " (hard) 

2, " " " (medium)... 

" 3, " l< " (soft) 

Velour Black (velvet) 

" White 

" Red 

Lithographic, Nos. 1, 2, or 3 



.By gross, 



HardLmuth's Black, in wood, Nos. 1 to 5, polished cedar. .... 
X". 1, very soft and very black. 2, soft aud black. 3, medium. 



$6 50 

6.50 

10 00 

10.00 

10.00 

10.00 

13 50 

6.50 

6.50 

10 80 



8.00 



4, hard. 



5, very hard. 



Chalk Pencils, in Natural Cedar. 



A. W. Faber's Black, hard or soft 
White, medium . . . 



.By gross, $5.25 
• " 4.50 



NEW YORK AND CHICAGO. 



Pearl's Perfect Crayon Pencils. 

THREE DISTINCT GRADES. 



^ EUGENE PEARL N ft Xcrky 



^S^TOS^t f^^^^SSISSS 



First made to order for Mr. Pearl, in his specialty, Fine Crayon Drawing. Adopted 
by Artists and Art Schools generally throughout America. They are made in Thkee 
Distinct Grades— Hard, Medium and Soft -admit of fine pointing for stipple work, are 
entirely free from grit, intense black, cannot fade, and are guaranteed superior to all 
others' foreign or domestic. They are finished in polished cedar, each pencil bearing Mr. 
Pearl's Trade Mark in gold, also his name, and letter denoting degree of hardness. The 
exteriors being finished in different colors, the artist can distinguish at a glance the 
degree without reference to the letter. 

These pencils are now used by the most prominent artists everywhere. They require 
no higher indorsement than the following from Barony, the eminent artist, whose famous 
portraits are known throughout the world. 

New York, January 18, 1892. 

To Eugexe Pearl : 

My Dear Sir— I have used your graded pencils for years in my charcoal 
drawings. They are superior to any Crayon Pencils of foreign or domestic manu r acture. 

Yours truly, 

XAPOLF.ON SARONY. 

The \rt Amateur says : Certainly the most convenient and agreeable form of crayon 
is Pearl's Perfect Crayon Pencils. We have tried them, and find them excellent and 
well worthy of general adoption. 

Hard, or No. 1 ^ &<>**' * 600 

Medium, or No. 2 6 °° 

Soft, or No. 3. 600 

Put up in boxes of | gross each. 

ARTISTS' SLIDING POCKET CASE, THREE GRADED PENCILS. 




Cut about half full size. 



By dozen boxes 

Dealers furnished witli Illustrated Show Cards of Pearl's Perfect Crayon Pencils 



$2.40 



80 



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Crayons in Tubular 5crew= Pointed Holders. 



A. W. Faber's Crayons, Black, in Tubular Screw-Poi D ted Holders; Nos. 1, 

2 > or 3 By doz., $3.75 

Hardtmuth's Crayons, Black, in Tubular Screw-Pointed Holders ; No. 1, very 
soft and very black ; No. 2, soft and black ; No. 3, medium ; No 4, 
hard ; No. 5, very hard . . . a 3 50 



■C • S3 -C V. . ^ Qr i; ^ 2 in «l 




A. W. Faber's Black Crayon Points, for Holders - Nos. 1 , 2 or 3 ; 6 in 

Hardtmuth's Crayon Points', for Holders':" Nos." 1,2, aiiand^'eVnbox^ 3 ' d ° Z - b0XeB * $ ["S 



French Charcoal. 




First Quality - 6 inches long ; in boxes of 50 sticks t> , 

4* o , t M " " is v box 

8 '* 50 " 

8 "Extra Thick;" in boxes of 50 sticks 

V rench Venetian j in boxes of 50 sticks 

Conte's " in White and Orange boxes of 50 sticks i 

Rougers Extra Fine; Nos. 1, 2 or 3 , ends wrapped in tin foil ; " in boxes of 

zo sticks 

Berville's Venetian ■ in boxes of 50 sticks.. 

Extra Hard; " 50 " '..... 

Powdered Charcoal ; in \ lb. packages n ' 

Prepared ■ ■ in sticks . in b ° oxes «£££; ^ardtmuth-s)' ." .' .' ."g ^ 



, $ .15 
.35 
.75 
.30 
.50 

.50 
.50 
.50 
.40 
.30 



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Porte Crayons, 




Silvered, 5 inch. 

6 " ■' .65 

Brass, 4 " tl .40 

5 " » .45 

( tonte's Brass, with wooden centre 



By doz. $ .60 Brass, 6 inch By doz. $ .50 

" 8 " " " .90 

" 10 ■« •• 1.20 

11 13 " " 1.50 

" 2.40 



Monochromatic Erasers. 




Curved Steel Ebony Handle, 1£ inch 

Oval Steel. Miniature, " " 1^ " 

Spear " " - " U " ■ 

11 Office," Cocoa Handle, " Superior " 

White Bone Handle, " 

Knife Blade, Ebony " ' 



By doz $4 25 
. " 4.25 
4.25 
. •■ 4.80 
6.00 
. " 6.60 



Crayon and Lead Pencil Pointers, 

Pounce Paper, Bound in Blocks. 

4 inches By doz. $ S>0 | 2Jx2J inches By doz. $1.50 

F. W. Devoe & Go's Improved, with wood back, 1| x 4£ t4 " 2.00 

Lead Pencil Files, 

Steel, 4 inches long Each, $ .25 

Pencil Sharpeners, 

Johau Faber's New Pencil Sharpeners. . By do?. $3.00 

Extra blades for same, 3 in box " 1.25 

Chamois Palettes. 

Oblong- For Crayons. 



No. 1.4 <6 inches By doz. $2.40 

4|x6i '• " 2.75 

" 3, 5^x8 '• ........ " 3.50 



No. 4, 4 x 6 inches, folding. By doz. $4.50 
" 5, 4Jx6£ " ** . '■ 5.00 

" 6. 5ix8i " " . k< 6.00 



Tracing Points. 

Ivory Tracing Points By doz. $3.00 



■ 



S'J 



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No. 1 
2 
3. 

4 



French Stumps, for Crayon Shading. 

Each kind put up in packages of 3 dozen. 




YELLOW LEATHER. 

By 



1 6 

4 7 

4 S 

1 1 to 8, assorted. 



GREY PAPER. 

ioz. $ .55 No. 1 By doz. 

.GO » a 

.72 " 3 

.86 ■■ 4 

1.10 » 5 

1.30 •• G 

1 50 "7 

1.75 "8. 

.90 ■' 1 to 8, assorted 



4t Peerless" Felt Stump, £ inch square. 



% .10 
.12 
.15 
.18 
.22 
.25 
.30 
.34 
.20 
1 80 



Tortillon Stumps. 




White, in gross packages, By gross, $ .55 
" less than 1 gross By doz. .03 



Grey, in gross packages. .By gross, %. 50 
bss than 1 gross By doz. .08 



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83 



Rubber Stumps. 




NIGRIVORINE. 

F. W. Devoe & Co's Nigrivorine Rubber Stumps, small, in boxes of 2 dozen .By doz, $ .40 

medium, " " ( . . " .55 

" " " large, " " .. 70 

* reDC ' 1 ' " small, on cards of 1 dozen. . '* .50 

" medium " " . . " .70 

large, " " .. " .93 




Conte's Rubber Stumps, Wood Centre, small By doz. $1.25 

" " medium " 2.15 




Glass, Folding. 




Japanned Tin, Folding. 



Glass, Folding By doz. $3.00 

JapanaeJ Tin, Folding 

Nickeled Tin, Folding 

Metal, Folding Nickel Plated .' 

Metal, with Rubber Ball (see drawing on page 84) ..... 

Rubber, superior, with Bottle attached 



1 20 


2.50 


3.00 


3.00 


7.20 



-4 



F . W . DEVOE & C. T. BAYNOLDSCO^ 



Fixatives. 

FOR CRAYON, CHARCOAL AND PASTEL. 




F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's Colorless Fixatif, for Crayon or 

Charcoa', 2 oz. bottles '■ B >' dM ' * ! 4 " 

2 40 
F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's Fixatif, for Pastels 

Rouget's Fixatif, 2 oz. buttles 

" Special Fixatif, for Pastels, 2 oz. bottles 



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85 



Boxes of Crayon Materials. 




Palette Crayon Box. 

The lid of the box is covered on tue inside with Chamois Leather for stumping, and 
the thumb hole is so arranged as to allow the box being held on the baud. Weight about 
8 ounces. 

Palette Crayon Box.— Containing Square Black Crayons; White Crayons; Velour Sauce 
Crayons; Leather and Paper Stumps ; Tortillon Stumps, and Porte Crayon. 
Complete Each, $1 00. 







The Barhydt Outfit for Crayon Portraiture, 



' Barhydt 1 ' Crayon Box, Polished Wood, 84x12 iu,— Containing Square Black Crayons, Hardtmuth 
Chalk Points, 1 to 5; Hardtmuth Holder; Conte's Crayons in Wood, various; Faber's Crayon 
Points aad Holder; Siberian Leads and Holder; Peerless and Conte Crayon Sauces; Tor- 
ti lions and Stumps, Erasers, Chamois Block, etc., arranged according to description in 
the Hand Book " Crayon Portraiture." 

Complete, each $5.00 



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Boxes of Crayon Materials-Continued. 













No. 1, Small, 6^x9^ inches and If inches deep ; Fitted.— Contv White, Black and Red 
Square Crayons ; Sauce Crayon; Colored Crayons ; Conte's Black Crayon Pencils; 
Charcoal; Paper, Leather and Rubber Stumps; Thumb Tacks; Porte Crayon; 
Crayon Pointer; Bevel Rubber ; Crayon Paper and Studies. 

Each $2.00. 






No. 2, Medium, 6Jx12J inches and 2J inches deep ; Fitted.— Cont'g White, Black and Red 
Square Crayons: Sauce Crayon; Colored Crayons; Conte's White and Black 
Crayon Pencils; Charcoal; Colored Crayon Pencils ; Porte Crayon ; Thumb Tacks; 
Crayon Pointer ; Bevel Rubber; Dividers; Paper, Leather and Rubber Stumps: 
Box Lead Pencils and Sketch Book. 

Each $5.09. 






No. 3, Large, Walnut Polished, 8Jxl5J inches and 2| inches deep ; Fitted.— Cont'g White, 
Black and Red Square Crayons; Sauce Crayons; Colored Crayons; Round Var- 
nished Crayons; Bottle Perfection Crayon Sauce; White, Black and Colored 
Crayon Pencils; Charcoal: Box Lead Pencils with Knife and Rubber: 3 Porte 
Crayons; Paper, Leather and Rubber Stumps; Tortillons; Crayon Pointer; 
Artists' Gum; Thumb Tacks ; Dividers; Chamois Skin ; Sketch Book. 
Each I&50. 



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Boxes of Crayon Materials — Continued. 




THE "ALLONGE" CHARCOAL AND CRAYON BOX. 



Japanned Tin Box with Tray, 7x4x l£ inches,— Containing Conte's Square Black Cray- 
ons; Conte's Square White Craytns; Conte's Sauce Crayons; Couth's Crayons in 
Cedar: Stick Charcoal: Grey 'Paper, Felt. Yellow Leather and Cork Stumps; 
Grey Tortillons; Ni^rivorine Stumps ; Steel Eraser; Chamois; Porte Crayon ; Burnt 
Rubber, and Thumb Tacks. 

Complete Each, $2.50, 

Boxes of Material for Pastel Painting. 







THE "SCHOLARS" PASTEL BOX. 

The ' ' Scholar's " Box, Polished Wood.— Containing 30 soft Pastels, assorted colors ; Bottle of Fixatif ; 
Folding Tin Atomizer ; Leather Stump, Grey Paper Stumps, Tortillons ; Brass Crayon Holder; 
Pointed Rubber; Black Conte Crayons; Thumb Tacks, Pastel Paper and Chamois. 

Each ..$2.00 

1 Michallet " Box, Polished Wood.— Containing 64 soft Pastels, assorted, fine colors; Bottle of 
Fixatif; Folding Tin Atomizer; Leather Stumps, Grey Paper Stumps, Tortillons; Pointed 
Rubber ; Brass Crayon Holder ; Black Conte Crayons ; Thumb Tacks, Pastel Paper and Chamois. 
Each $3.50 



The ' 






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Lead Pencils. 

DIXON'S AMERICAN GRAPHITE ARTISTS' PENCILS. 




HEXAGON, GILT STAMPED, NATUKAI. CEDAK POLISHED. 

These lead, are extra fine and perfectly graded. The hard grades are perfect for 
archU ! d au^meu and engineers, and .he softer and medium grades are unequaled 
for arfwork They are endorsed by members of the National Academy of Design, New 
Yort -doners driving teachers, mechanical engineers and artists generally. Ten grades 

as follows: Similar grade to the 

Dixon's European Stamp of 

G VVS-V P erv, very soft (|BB) 

v *-I^ soft :::::::::::::::::. BSd no. i) 

sM-lofl medium.::. .•.•.::•.:'.::.: }H B ' ndNo -« 

M M"M e J!nm b,aCk :..'.'"-' -'(Hand No. 3) 

M -Medium zcr w\ 

MH-Mediumhard [ . ! ! ! . 1 ! . I 5 H aad No. 4) 

viiy^hard::::::::::::-:::::::::::::: ^SHHHnf* 5) 

V y H-Very. very hard ( £ v ™<« $12 50 

1 dozen in paper Box, 3 dozen in carton »> S ros ^ » ia ou 

DIXON'S GRAPHITE PENCILS. 

Hexa-on, Cedar Finish, S, SM. MB, M, MH, H, VH, VVH By gross, $8 40 

Koiind, Cedar Finish, S, SM, MB, II, MH, II, VH " 

*• High School," Round Satin Finish, S, SM, MB, M, MH, H, VH " 4 20 

EAGLE. 




Fine Arts. Hkxa 



Natural, Gold Stamped. 



Particularly adapted to the use of Artists, Architects, Draughtsmeu and others; ac- 
curately graded in fifteen degrees ; in Patent Packing Boxes (see drawing above), of one- 
half dozen pencils. 

Hexagon, Polygrades, GH, 5H, 4H, 3H, HH, H, F, FHB, HB, B, 2B, 

3B, 4B, 5B, GB By cross, $15,00 



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Lead Pencils — Continued. 
HARDTMUTH & CO'S. 




Koh-i-noor — Hexagon, Yellow Polished Cedar. Made of the finest compressed lead 
and very carefully graded, each pencil answering to its indicated degree. 

8H, 7H, 611, 5H, 4H, 3H, 211, H, F, HB, B, 2B and 3B By gross. $15.00 

4B " 17.00 

6B " 20.00 






A. W. FABER'S. 



1<£ HE* PGLYGRADE LEAD nHClis' J \ 
WjTi 0FSIBERIAN BLACK LEAD c i 

B/A.W.rAB£R-ri| 

SLfr, r MADE IN GERMANY • Jf M 



QL LA MIN1L AYARfcRT. 



Hexagon, Siberian. 

Hexagon, Siberian, Natural Polished, Polygrades, GH, 5H, 4H, 3H, 2H, 

H, F, HB, B, 2B By gross. $1500 

Hexagon, Siberian, Natural Polished, Polygrades, 3B, 4B, 5B " 18 00 

n a ^ « " 6B " 21.00 



1 



■ 



AWFABERNM 



fr A3KFA0ER * 

■ ^ L tfSSIN ARCHlfftSTURE 5!L REAMe 2* ' 



Hexagon, Gilt, Red Polished 

Hexagon, Gilt, Red Polished. Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 By gross, $9 90 

English, Natural Cedar Polished, Silver, Polygrades, 4H, 311, 2H, H, F, 

HB, B, 2B, 3B, 4B . " 7.20 

Hound, Gilt, Black Polished, Nos. 1,2, 3, 4 " 7,20 

Hexagon, Gilt, small, for Compasses * 9.00 

Hound, ' " G.00 

Carpenter s' , oval, 7 inch ' ' 6-00 



90 



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Artists' Tubular, Screw- Pointed Pencils. 

A. W. FABER'S. 



^H^vaFfabeR'S; paten t. 



Siberian Hexagon, Polygrades, 611, 4H, 311 

3B.4B, 5B 



"Wffli 



2H. H. F, HB, B, 2B By doz. ! 



Double Ends, F and 2H, or 2B and HB 

Hexasjon, Gilt, Red Polished, long, Nos. 1, 2, 3 4, 5. 

medium, No. 4o5 

short, No. 454 




Leads for Siberian Hexagon, 6H to 2B, 6 in a box 

SB,or4B, 6 

6B, 6 

Leads for Ilexagor, Gilt, long, Nos. 1, 2. 3, 4, 5-6 in a box 



Lead Pencils, in Boxes. 

A. W. FABER'S. 



SIBERIAN- 

English, Round, Natural Cedar, Polygrades, 5 in box By dozen boxes, *6.75 

'.'. '. " '• 10 » Z" '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. - " «■« 

5 " with Knife and) 

Rubber , ' " 12.35 

Siberian, Hexagon, Polygrades, 5 in box " J* 

T * l • " " um 

10 .« «• - 21.00 

5 " with Knife and Rubber " tl 15 - 00 







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Colored Wax Crayons. 








A. W. FABER'S. 




BROWNS. 




No. 12, Prussian Blue. 


REDS. 




No. 34, Burnt Sienna. 
44 32, '■ Umber. 
44 36, Brown Ochre, 




" 13, Ultramarine. 
GREENS. 


No. 75, Crimson 
11 16, Flesh Tint, No 


. 1. 


14 43, Indian Brown, No. 1. 

M og t M « K 2 


No. 63, Chrome Green, No 1 
44 57, 44 " » 2. 


ti ^ ii ii i< g 

11 42, Indian Red, No. 1. 


11 35, Purple Brown. 






4 69, ■ 3 


,i 30j ,i i. i 

41 72, Pink. 

'• 20, Red Lead. 


2. 


4i 61, Raw Umber, No 
" 33, u 

44 52, 

4 ' 55, 


i. 

2. 
3. 
4. 




1 39, Olive Green, No. 1. 
1 47, " ■ " 2. 






' 40, 3. 

. 5 .i ii ,i 4 


" 46, Scarlet. 
44 38, Vermilion. 




11 60, Red Brown. 






4 29, Prussian Gr'n, No. 1. 






" 6, Roman Ochre. 
87, Vandyke Brown 






4 45, " " " 2 
4 53, Yellow Green. 


YELLOWS. 




BLUES, 




VARIOUS. 


No. 2, Chrome Yellow 
ii 62) 


, Pale. 
Deep 


No. 58, Antwerp Blue, Li 


gilt. 


No. 54, Purple. 


ii 4> 


Med. 


" 50, ■ l " Deep. 


" 51, Violet. 


4i 64, Italian Pink. 




14 65, Indigo. 




44 1, White. 


44 59, Primrose Yello 


\v. 


44 88, Light Blue. 




44 41, Black. 


44 37, Yellow Ochre. 




All Shades 




"Rv irrn^s 


$12.00 
7.50 


Boxes of 6 Crayons, Assorted Shades By doz. boxes, 


12 


ti 


ii ti 


13 50 


18 


tl 


• i i . 4 . 


21 00 


24 


'« 


.. 


27.00 


44 36 




.' 


37.50 


.i 48 


•« 




a 


48.00 



A. W. FABER'S EXTRA. 

Carmine, Vermilion, Ultramarine, Black By gross, $15.00 

The "Criterion" Portfolio and Sketching Outfit. 

Designed especially for use in high schools. Handy and complete. Prevents loss and 
waste of materials Contents and drawings protected when closed Hat like a book. Con- 
ducive to an erect position of shoulders while drawing, avoiding injury to the body 
caused by drawing on flat desks. Descriptive circular oiTapplication. 




In pQ S itto it poi- dr a *rmj \ \ t rv of p o c A * t. 

44 Criterion" Portfolio and Sketching Easel, 44-sheet block Drawing Paper, 
Faber Pencils 1, 2 and 3, Faber Artist Rubber, Ruler with brass edge, 
Compass, Smith's Cardboard Triangle in pocket. Complete Each, $1.40 






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Patent School Compass. 

MANUFACTURED BY F. W. DEVOE & CO. 




With Pencil, on cards of one dozen. 
Without Pencil, in boxes of £ gross. 



Bv doz. $1.80 
By -ross, 19.50 



The Philograph. 




This simple instrument which is rapidly coming into use, is founded on the sugges- 
tions of Leonardo da Vinci. It enables the drawing teacher to demonstrate clearly and 
easily all the principles of linear perspective and the foreshortening of irregular and or- 
ganic forms. By its help the student and the amateur can most rapidly master the ele- 
ments that lie at the foundation of all drawing, The method of use consists in tracing on 
the glass plane the object or view seen through it as shown in the cut Only the essential 
elements of forms, their perspective proportions and line directions are recorded and in 
this way simplicity of sight and drawing is cultivated. The tracing thus made is used by 
the student for comparison with his own freehand sketch of the same object and offers the 
best possible means of self-criticism. 

Complete Each, $10.00. 



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India Rubber. 




/p>\ Bevel Rubber, erases readily and preserves its good quality and elas- 
ticity ; the shape is particularly adapted for erasing fiue lines as wed us 

broad surfaces. 8, 12, 20, 30, 40, 60 pieces to lb , By lb. $1.15 

Faber's White Artists' Rubber, 4, 8, 12, 16, 24, 40, 60, 80 pieces to lb ' 1.80 

Virgin Rubber, first quality, assorted sizes . . " 3.00 

Davidson's Velvet Rubber, Flat, 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 30, 40, 60, 80; oblong, 12, 

20, 30, 40, CO, 80 pieces to lb " 1.50 

Winsor & Newton's Soft Rubber, 12, 18, 24 pieces to lb " 1.80 





Faber's Pointed No. 2. Crystal No. 2 

A. W. Faber's Pointed Rubber, No. 1— Small, 2 inches long By 

" 2-Med., 2\ " " 

" 3-Large,3 " " 

Crystal Rubber, 12 to box, 2| inches long By 

24 " If " " 

Claude on Waffle Rubber, Red, moulded ljx2i By 

Faber's Pencil Eraser, with Brush, small 

Ink and Pencil Eraser, Wood Centre, small . . 

11 " " " 4 ' mammoth.. 

" -• " in Wood, pencil form 

Pencil Eraser, in Wood, pencil form 

Rubber Ink Erasers. 



doz. 


% .45 


11 


.68 


*« 


.90 


box. 


1.00 




1.00 


rf'z. 


3.00 


»• 


1.50 


" 


1.00 


11 


2.50 


»• 


1.50 


•« 


1.25 




A. W. Faber's Ink Eraser, small, in boxes of 25 and 50 pieces By hundred, $4.50 

large, " " 25 pieces 8.10 

,; " " extra large in boxes of 12 pieces By box, 1.90 

in Wood, pencil form By doz. 1.25 

Typewriter Erasers, No. 102 • - M «45 

■< 104 " -90 






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Rubber for Cleaning Drawings. 




75*ss&-7S«K 




«^ 

F. W. DEVOE & CO'S ^ BLACK SPONGE RUBBER. 

Solid back. A very superior quality, firm ; does not crumble or harden. 

n x2xl ...Bvdoz.sl.80 4x3x1 Bydoz SlO.OO 

Ux2xl - oU 6x4x1 ( 

3 x2xl " J^>° 

Burnt Rubber, small By doz. $ .80 I Pater's Kneaded Kubber..By gross, S13.50 

u a larire " 1*50 






Steel Pens. 

Gillotrs Crow Quill. So. 659, 1 dozen on card By dozen cards, J 

" Long Shoulder, No. 850. 1 dozen on card 

Lithographic Pen, No. 290, 1 dozen on card 

Mapping Pen, No. 291, 1 dozen on card - 

No. 290°or291, in boxes of 1 gross ....By box, 

" " 170, in boxes of 1 gross 

11 303, " " * 

<* 404, " " " "'"'"' 

French Crow Quill, with handle for each pen, 1 dozen on card By dozen cards, 

Soennecken's Round Writing Pens, single pointed, Nos. 1, 2, 2|, 3 3}, 4, 5 

and 6, in boxes of 1 gross - • • ■ By box 

The same, in boxes of i gross 

Soennecken's Round Writing Pens, double pointed, Nos. 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 

GO, 70, 80, in boxes of J gross 

Soennecken's Sample ass't of Single and Double Pointed Pens, 25 in a box . . " 

Round Writing Instrument, complete, with 9 Pens Each, 

Minute Pens only, for above By doz, 

Kensington Pens, with 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 points 

Colorado Pens, Nos. 1, 2 and 3 By gross. 

Pen Holders, 

Rosewood, for Gillott's Crow Quill. By doz. 

Ebony, swell, " 

Cedar, for Gillott's Mapping, etc " 

1 ' straight, japanned end, medium * 

" " " u large " 



6 50 
8.00 
G.50 
C.50 
4 95 
1.05 
1.40 
.66 
3.30 

1.10 
.35 

1.00 

.35 

1.50 

.75 

.50 



.50 
1.50 

.15 
.15 
.20 



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Automatic Shading Pens. 




No. 3930. 

No. 3930, Set of Six PeDs, assorted sizes (including an Alphabet for each pen). By set, $1.50 

1 ' 3931, Assorted sizes, Nos. 0, 1 , 2, 3, 4, 5 «< ' 3 qq 

" 6 and 8 « 3 50 

Automatic Shading Inks. 

Purple, Black, Brown, Red and Green. 

** S5 1 S v 6t of 5 Colors in a b0 * By box, $1.00 

3933, Assorted Colors , : ( ] oz 2 00 



Wooden Dividers^Ordinary 

12 inches Each, $ .50 

15 " " M 

18 " - " .8-3 



21 inches Each, $1.00 

24 " •« 1.25 



Wooden Dividers— French, Superior. 

Plain, 12 inches. . Each, $1.00 With Arc, 12 inches Each, $1.50 

' " 18 " »« 2.25 



15 
18 
24 



1.25 
1.50 
1.75 



24 



2.50 






o 



Centres of Horn and Metal. 



yp\^ 



-1 — r 






No. 846. No. 847. No. 848. 

No. 845, Brass Centre, for use with Dividers, 3-16 in diameter. ,By doz., $ .25 

" 846, Horn Centre « ' ^qq 

' 847, " with German Silver Rim Each, ,50 

44 848, German Silver Centre, with Handle << ' 35 

Thumb Tack=Lifter— Improved. 




No. 850, Steel, Nickel Plated, with Flange, holding Tacks secure Each, $ .20 



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Thumb Tacks. 

Solid Steel- Improved, in boxes of 100, with Lifter. 




No 808, j% in 

" 809, f " 



No. 808. 

diameter.... By box, $ .40 | No. 810, Mn. diameter By box, $ .60 

. « .50 



German Silver-Extra Fine, Rounded Heads; Steel Points Screwed in 
and Riveted; One Dozen on Cork. 

No 839, T % in. diameter. . . By doz. $ 80 
" 840, | " " .... " .90 



No 835, & in. diameter . . .By doz. $ .50 
" 836, A '• " ■■■■ " - 65 

" 838, | " 



75 



-GOVERNMENT" THUMB TACKS. 

These Tacks are made by a new method, which insures indestructibility : the points 
will not push through the heads, nor pull out. 



|6 IH, ^IN. %IN. SECTION. 

Brass -Rounded Heads. 

ONE DOZEN ON CORK, IN HALF GROSS BOXES. 

No. 851, | in. diameter By gross, $1.00 

" 852 i " " • " l ' :0 

" 853,| » " • " L25 

Brass — Rounded Heads; Loose. 

QUARTER GROSS IN PAl'ER BOX, IN GROSS CARTONS. 

No. 851 L, | in. diameter By gross, $ .90 

" 852L,i - " " 1-00 

" 853 L, f ■' •« • " 1-15 

German Silver -Rounded Heads. 

ONE DOZEN ON CORK, IN HALF GROSS BOXES. 

No. 861, | in. diameter By gross, $1.50 

" 862 4" " " I6 5 

" 863,1° " M 185 

German Silver— Rounded Heads ; Loose. 

QUARTER GROSS IN PAPER BOX, IN GROSS 0ABTON8. 

No. 861 L, § in diameter By gross, $1-40 

" 862 L, i" " " 1.55 

" 863 L, |- " .. " 1-75 



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F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Go's New Pantographs. 




NO- 3. 



These instruments enlarge or reduce portraits, landscapes, figures, machinery, mathe- 
matical and architectural drawings, etc. Their accuracy in work and finish is superior to 
any instrument in the market selling for three times their price. 

They consist of four wooden arms, moving on two center pivots. Attached to one of 
them is a block that fastens to the drawing board and remains stationary. The four arms 
of Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 have each forty-nine holes, at graduated distances, numbered from 
one to forty-nine, with a graduated scale from one eighth of a size to seven sizes (or eight 
times larger) on one of them, showing the proportion that each number on the scale will 
reduce or enlarge the picture. 

When you wish to enlarge, look on the scale for the number denoting the required en- 
largement, and the number opposite; then adjust the four arms together, all the same 
number, by shifting the steel screws. 

Drawings are reduced in the same manner, by changing the Tracing-Point and Pencil- 
Holder. 

No. 1850, Black Walnut, simple .Each, $ .15 

No. 6 —Is a small instrument. It is recommended by teachers as an excellent 
means of familiarizing children with form and proportion, and 
greatly assisting them in acquiring a knowledge of the rudiments 
of drawing by sight from original objects Each, $ .25 

" 5, —Has very neat and substantial trimmings, clean-cut figures— a finely 

finished and satisfactory instrument. Inbox " .50 

" 4.— Brass mounted, same as No. 3, except with movable point instead of 

wheel. Inbox " 1.00 

" 3.— Brass mounted, same as No. 2 in every respect, except that it is not pol- 
ished. In box. . . " 1.50 

" 2. — Brass mounted, with brass Elbow-Joint Wheel, Pencil-Holder and 

movable point; polished black figures. In box " 2.00 

11 1.— Heavily mounted, with nickel-plated Elbow-Joint Wheel, Pencil- 
Holder and exchangeable point; finely polished black figures. In 
box " 2.50 



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Drawing Boards. 




Pine, Plain, with Hardwood End Battens. 



No. 1890, 12 x 17 in Each, $ .60 

" 1891, 16x21 tl l4 .70 

-' 1892, 18x24" " .80 



No. 1893, 20x26 in. 
- 1894, 23x31 ". 



.Each, $1.00 
. " 1.35 




Pine, plain, Hardwood Battens screwed on, screws in round iron washers. This ar- 
rangement permits the wood to shrink without splitting, and the board remains true. 



No. 1900, 12 x 17 in Each, $ .85 

" 1901, 16x21 " " -95 

«« 1902, 18x24 " 4 ' 1.15 



No. 1903, 20 x 26 in Each, $1.60 

" 1904, 23x31 " " 2.00 

" 1906, 30x42 "... " 3.25 




Pine, Hardwood Battens screwed on, screws to run in slots, metal bushed, allowing 
for expansion and contraction of board. Very desirable for general use. 

No. 1910, 20 x 26 in Each, $1.60 No. 1913, 31 x 42 in Each, $5.00 

" 1911, 23x31' " 220 " 1914, 33x55 " " 6.00 

u 1912, 27x34 " " 3.00 

Larger sizes made to order. 



Pine, Hardwood Battens screwed on, screws to run in slots, metal bushed, grooved 
back, hardwood strips inserted in ends. A perfect Drawing Board. 



No. 1921, 20 x 26 in Each, $2.50 

" 1922, 23x31 " " 3.25 



No. 1923, 31 x 42 in .Each, $5.00 

14 1924, 33x55 " " 7.00 



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Freehand Drawing Boards. 

Whitewood, Plain, Common. For Crayon Drawing only. 

No. 1037, 16 x 22 inches. Each, $ .50 I No. 1939, 20 x 27 inches Each, $ .65 

" 1938, 18x24 " « .60 I " 1939^,20x30 " " .70 

Adjustable Drawing Tables. 

On Castors. 










No. 1941. 

This Table can be fixed at any convenient height or placed at any angle. The shelf is attached 
to it by hinges, is always level, and the edge is protected by a ledge. This shelf is used for Colors, 
Brushes and Instruments, and beneath are two drawers for materials. The tripod, hollow standard 
and sliding spindle are of cast iron, neatly painted and bronzed. The working parts are well fin- 
ished and easily operated. The Table complete weighs 55 lbs., and is sufficiently firm to support a 
Drawing Board 44 inches square, without inconvenience. In the lowest position the Table is 30 
inches high, and may be elevated to 44 inches. The section drawing shows the Table fixed at a 
slight inclination, the dotted lines showing it horizontal at A, or vertical at B. 

No. 1940, Black Walnut Top, 22 x 26 in. ; Instrument Shelf (without Drawers) 

7 x 26 in Each , $10.00 

" 1941, For Architects, Designers and Draughtsmen ; Black Walnut Top, 

22 x 26 in. ; Instrument Shelf, 7 x 26 in.: two Instrument Drawers, " 12.00 

" 1942, Same as 1941, selected Walnut Top, Polished; Castings Bronzed 

and Ornamented ; suitable for home use " 15.00 

Trestles for Drawing Boards. 

No. 1945, Pine Trestle 36 in. high, 46 in. long, £0 in. wide, adjustable, keyed 

together so as to be readily taken apart Each, $6.00 

(( 1946, Pine Horses 37 in. high, 42 in. long, ordinary By pair, 4.00 

" 1947, " " adjustable, so that the board can be set at an angle or 

raised, 37 in. high, 38 in. long " 5.50 






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Fine German Silver Instruments. 

German Manufacture. 




No. 205. 



No. 208. 



No. 209. 



No. 210. 



No. 



200, Plain Dividers, 3 in., with Handle .Each, 

201, " 4 " \ t 

202, " 5 " u 

203, " <> " 

205, Hair Spring Dividers, 5 in 

206, " " 6 " 

208, Dividers, 3^ in., with Handle, Pen, Pencil and Needle Points 

209 ii 5 " Fixed Needle Point, Pen and Pencil Points, Length- 
ening Bar 

210, Dividers, 5| in., with Pen, Pencil and Needle Points, Lengthening 



Bar 



I .55 

.55 

.60 

.65 

1.85 

1.85 

1.85 

1.75 

2.10 



ALL PENCIL POINTS FITTED FOR SIBERIAN LEADS. 



Nos. 208, 209, 210 and 211 can be furnished with the Improved Pencil Point when preferred. 

(See Drawing above.) 



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Fine German Silver Instruments — Continued. 




No. 210^. 



No. 211. 



No. 212. 



No. 214. 



No. 21(H, Compasses, 5 in., with Fixed Needle Point Leg with Joint, Pen 

and Pencil Points and Lengthening Bar Each, $1.65 

211, Dividers, 5J in., Joint in each Leg, with Pen, Pencil and Needle 

Points, Lengthening Bar. «< 2.60 

212, Dividers, 8 in., extra heavy, with Arc and Set-Screw, Micrometer 

adjustment, Pen and Pencil Points and Key, for Lithographers.. . " 9.50 
" 214, Pocket Dividers, with Sheath, 5 in " 1.00 






I 




No. 818. 



No. 213, Dividers, 3 legs, 5 in Each, $2.05 



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Fine German Silver Instruments-Continued. 




No. -215. 



No. 216. 



No. 217. 



No 219. 



No. 220, 



No. 215, Steel Spring Bow Dividers, plain, Metal Handles, 3 in ■£ • 

" 216, u " Pen " 3 " 

« 217, " " Pencil, M " 3 " M 

u 219, " " Pen, Needle Point, Metal Handle, 3 in 

" 220, " " Pencil, (i u 3 " 



* .60 
.75 
.75 







No. 821. 
No. 221, Steel Spring Bow, Spacing Dividers, 5 in., plain, Ivory Handle Each, $1.85 

No. 218. No. 218*. 

No. 218, Needle Point Attachment for Dividers Each, $ .40 

" 218J, " " " with joint 4t -25 

Nickel Plated, 10c. additional. 




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Fine German Silver Instruments — Continued. 






No. 222, 



No. 32a 



No. 225. 



No. 22«. 



No. 222, Steel Spring Bow Pen and Pencil, Points t' turn, 8J in Each, $1.85 

44 223, Improved Steel Spring Bow Pen, 3 in " 2.50 

44 224, " " " and Pencil, Points to change, 3 in. . 4< 3.80 

14 225, '* " 4I and Pencil, Points to turn, 3 in ... " 2.50 

14 226, " u " 3 in., same pattern as No. 225 I4 2.40" 

14 227, Steel Spring Bow Divider, 4 in., with Fixed Needle Point, Pen and 

Pencil Points to change " 2. CO 

" 228, Improved Steel Spring Bow Pen and Pencil, 4 J in , Points to change, 

with Leads, in Case 4I 4.00 

The Bow Pens Nos. 223, 224, 225, 226 and 228 are of a new design and are so con- 
structed that they will describe the most minute circles. 




No. 229. 



No. 229, Pocket Compasses— Folding— with Pen, Pencil and Needle Points; 

with Lead^ for Pencil Points ; in Morocco Case Each, $4.25 



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Fine German Silver Instruments— Continued. 

Q 



a 



J 



No. 230. No. 233. No. 234. No. 236. No. 237. No. 240. No. 244. Na 345. 

No. 230, Drawing Pen, 5£ in., Ivory Handle Each, $ .25 

" 231, i( " 4J " Fine, with Joint, Ivory Handle.. " -40 

" 232, " " 5J ' " . " u .. " -45 

41 233, " " 4 in., Extra Fine, with Joint and Needle, Ivory Handle, " .50 

« 234, " " 5 " " " " " " « " " " .55 

" 235, " " 6 ■ « »■ " " » " .60 

44 236, " " 6 " Ivory Handle, for Carmine Ink " .60 

11 237, " ^ &i u without Joint, Finest Steel, with Dial Set-Screw. " 1.50 

41 238, Hatching Pen, 6 in., with Push-Screw, Ebony Handle *« 50 

" 239, " " 6 " " " " 2 Pens to 1 Handle.... " 100 

" 240, " " 6 " " " « 3 " " 1 " " 1.25 

" 241, " " 6 " " " •« 4 «« " 1 «• " 1.50 

" 244, Drawing Pen, 5 J in., without Set-Screw • opens and closes by turning 

Thumb-Screw at upper end of Handle |f 1-25 

41 245, Border Pen, 6 in., Ivory Handle, for Broad Lines " 1-25 






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Fine German Silver Instruments— Continued. 





No 246. 

No. 246, 

" 247, 

" 248, 

11 249, 

" 250, 

" 251, 

" 253, 

14 254, 

11 255, 

" 256, 



No. 247. 



No. 248. No. 249. 



No. 250. 



No. 253. 



No. 254. No. 255. 

Double, or Road Pen, 6 in., Ebony Handle Each 

Curve Pen, in., Ivory Handle 

Improved Curve Pen, 5 in., Ebonized Swivel Handle, with Set-Screw. 
" Finest Steel, German Silver Revolving Handle. 

Dotting Pen, 6 in., 1 Wheel, Ivory Handle 

" 6 " 2Wheels, " " 

New Improved Railroad Pen, Ebonized Swivel Handle 

Road Pen, 5^ in. , Ivory Handle 

Swedish Ruling Pen, 6 in., Flat Ebony Handle 



$2.50 
.60 
1.35 
1 40 
1.00 
1.55 
3.85 
1.85 
1.00 
1.25 




No. 258. 

No. 258, Dotting Instrument, with three Wheels, in Morocco Case Each, $3.25 

" 262, 1 to 20, extra Wheels for No. 258 (as shown below) " .25 



i 



3 — 

4 — 

5 — 

6 — 

7 - 



9 

10 
11 
12 
13 ■ 
14 



15 — 

16 --- 

17 

18—- 

19 

20 »« - 






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Fine German Silver Instruments— Continued. 




No. 265. 

No 265, Proportional Dividers, 6£ in , in Case Each. $1.80 

« 2G6, M " n " " 




No. sea 

No 267 Proportional Dividers, 7J in., finely divided for lines and circles Each, $5.15 

" 268,' " " " " " " With „ 7M 

Rack Movement ' - 90 

Morocco Cases for Nos. 267 and 268 1 - 25 




No. 271. 



No. 271 , Adjustable Key and Screw Driver, steel, to fit any Dividers Each, $ .50 

' ' 272, Needle Points, steel, with shoulder - 15 




No. 270. 

No. 270, Beam Compass, for wood Bar, with Micrometer Screw, in Morocco 

Case Each, $4 50 

M 273, Beam Compass, extra fine, for wood Bar, with Pen, Pencil and Needle 

Points.... ..... " 685 



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Fine German Silver Instruments — Continued. 

IN CASES. 

No. 275, Morocco Pocket Case, containing 3£ in. Dividers, with Pen, Pencil 

and Needle Points; 4 in. Ivory Handle Hinged Drawing Pen. . . Each, $2.80 
11 276, Morocco Pocket Case, containing ;H in Dividers, with Pen, Pencil 
and Needle Points; 3J in. Plain Dividers: Ivory Handle Hinged 
Drawing Pen " 3.35 




No. 277, Morocco Pocket Case, con- 
taining 5£ in. Dividers, Fixed Nee- 
dle Point, Pen, Pencil Points and 
Lengthening Bar : 5 in. Plain Di- 
viders ; Ivory Handle Hinged 
Drawing Pen Each, $3.25 



No. 277. 

No. 278, Morocco Pocket Case, con- 
taining 5£ in. Compass, with fixed 
Needle Point, Pen and Pencil 
Points; 5 in. Plain Dividers; 
Ebony Handle Spring Nib Draw- 
ing Pen; Leads; 6 in. Flat Scale. 
Each $3.75 





- No. 879. 
No. 279, Morocco Poeket Case containing 5^ in. Dividers with Pen, Pencil and Needle 

Points, I.-n-th.-ninu' liar: 5 in. Plain Dividers; Ivory Handle Hin«ed Drawing Ten, Each, £3.60 



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Fine German Silver Instruments— Continued. 
IN CASES. 




No. 280- 



No. 28, Morocco Pocket Case, containing 6£ in. Dividers with Pen, Pencil and 
Needle Points, Lengthening Bar ; 5 in. plain Dividers ; 3J in. Spring 
Bow Pen; 5 in Ivory Handle Hinged Drawing Pen Each, $4.40 



281, Polished Walnut Box, with Tray, Lock and Key, containing same in- 
struments as No 280 . , 



5.50 







N" 881 A. 

No. 281 A, Morocco Case, containing 5J in Dividers. Fixed Needle Point, with 
Pen, Pencil Point and Lengthening Bar; plain DivideVs : 5 in. 
Spring Bow Pencil; Spring Bow Pen; 5 in. Ivory Handle Hinged 
Drawing Pen mm . E ac h, $4 75 

" 282, Morocco Pocket Case, containing 5J in. Dividers, with Pen, Pencil and 
Needle Points, Lengthening Bar; 34 in Dividers, with Pen. Pencil 
and Needle Points; 5 in. plain Dividers; 4j in. Ivory Handle 
Hinged Drawing Pen, Needle Point; 54 in. Ivory Handle Hinged 
Drawing Pen, Needle Point " 6-25 

1 283, Polished Walnut Box, with Tray, Lock and Key, containing same in- 
struments as No. 282 » 8.00 



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Fine German Silver Instruments— Continued. 
IN CASES. 







No. 284. 

No. 284, Morocco Pocket Case, containing 5J in. Dividers, with Pen, Pencil 
and Needle Points, Lengthening Bar; 3J in. Dividers, with Pen, 
Pencil and Needle Points ; 5 in. plain Dividers ; Spring Bow Pen ; 
4£ in. Ivory Handle Hinged Drawing Pen; 5£ in. Ivory Handle 
Hinged Drawing Pen Eacht $700 

No. 284 A, Morocco Pocket Case, containing 5J in. Dividers, with Pen, Pencil 
and Needle Points, Lengthening Bar ; 5 in. plain Dividers ; Spring 
Bow Dividers; Spring Bow Pen ; Spring Bow Pencil ; 5£ in. Ivory 
Handle Hinged Drawing Pen " 575 

No. 285, Polished Walnut Box, with Tray, Lock and Key, containing same in- 
struments as No. 284 - 9,00 

No. 285 A, Morocco Pocket Case, containing 5| in. Dividers, with Pen, Pencil 
and Needle Points and Lengthening Bar; 3^ in. Dividers, with 
Pen, Pencil and Needle Points ; 5 in. plain Dividers ; 3J in. Spring 
Bow Dividers; 3J in. Spring Bow Pen ; 3£ in. Spring Bow Pencil ; 
4£ in. Ivory Handle Hinged Drawing Pen; 5£ in. Ivory Handle 
Hinged Drawing Pen " 8.00 

No. 286, Morocco Pocket Case, containing 5 J in. Dividers, with Pen, Pencil 
and Needle Points, Lengthening Bar; 3^ in. Dividers, with Pen, 
Pencil and Needle Points; 5 in. Plain Dividers; 5£ in. Hair 
Spring Dividers; 3£ in. Spring Bow Pen; 4£ in. Ivory Handle 
Hinged Drawing Pen ; 5J in. Ivory Handle Hinged Drawing Pen. " 9 00 
17, Polished Walnut Box, with Tray, Lock and Key, containing same in- 
struments as No. 286 " 11.00 






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IN CASES. 




No. 288. 

No. 283, Polished Walnut Box, with Tray, Lock and Key, containing 5j in. 
Dividers, with Pen, Pencil and Neeile Points, Lengthening Bar; 
3 J in. Dividers, with Pen, Pencil and Needle Points; 5 in. plain 
Dividers; 5 in. Hair Spring Dividers; Spring Bow Dividers, Pen 
and Pencil, Needle Points, Ivory Handle; 4^ in. Ivory Handle 
Hinged Drawing Pen, Needle Point ; 5J in Ivory Handle Hinged 
Drawing Pen, Needle Point; German Silver Protractor; German 
Siker Square and Rule Each, $1400 

No. 289, Polished Walnut Box, with Tray, Lock and Key, containing same in- 
struments as No. 288, with addition of Proportional Dividers P 
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Fine German Silver Instruments— Continued. 
IN CASES. 

Improved construction, light weight, with adjustable Steel bearings, permitting all 
the wear to be taken up, allowing the joints to work freely and firmly. There are no 
sharp edges, all being rounded. The German silver extends to about three-fourths the 
length of dividers, avoiding rust by handling. The steel points are rounded. 




No. 296. 

No. 295, Morocco Pocket Case, containing 5£ in. Dividers, with Pen, Pencil 
and Needle Points and Lengthening Bar ; 5 in, plain Divider; 3£ 
in. Steel Spring Bow Pen, Pencil and Divider combined, the 
Points being interchangeable; 5 in. Ivory Handle Drawing Pen. .Each, $5.00 

41 296, Morocco Pocket case, containing 5£ in. Dividers, with Pen, Pencil 
and Needle Points and Lengthening Bar; 5 in. plain Divider; 3£ 
in. Steel Spring Bow Dividers ; 3£ in. Steel Spring Bow Pen; 3J 
in. Steel Spring Bow Pencil ; 5 in. Ivory Handle Hinged Drawing 
Pen u 5.50 



INSTRUMENTS FOR SCHOOLS. 

In addition to the instruments presented in this list, we have a variety specially 
selected for the use of 

COLLEGES, SCHOOLS, ETC. 

Sets of special selection imported to order. 









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Superfine Swiss Instruments. 

German Silver and Best English Steel. 

The general demand for Swiss Drawing Instruments of lighter construction than 
those generally sold by dealers here, induced us to add this hue to our stock of these 
goods This quality has always given general satisfaction on accoun of their exeellen 
Construction and finish ; they can be fully recommended as havmg all the requirements of 
a perfect drawing instrument, and are fully warranted by us. All pencil points are fitted 
to hold the Siberian Leads. 




No. 500. 



No. 502. 



No. 507. 



Na Boa 



No. 500, Plain Dividers, 5 in Each, $1.55 

" 501, " 6in.... " 1.90 

" 502, Hair Spring Dividers, 5 in " 2.30 

" 503, " M 6 in " 2.65 

11 504, Pocket Dividers, with Sheath, 5 in " 2.40 

11 505, Dividers, 4J in., with Handle, Fixed Needle Point, Steel Pen, Pencil 

Points and Lengthening Bar *' 6.25 

' 506, Dividers, 5J in., with Fixed Needle Point, Pen and Pencil Points and 

Lengthening Bar " 5.10 

" 507, Dividers, 6 in., with Pen, Pencil, Needle Points and Lengthening Bar, " 6.35 
11 508, Dividers, 6£ in., with joint in each leg, Pen, Pencil, Needle Points 

and Lengthening Bar " 8.70 

'« 509, Dividers, 7 in., with joint in each leg, Pen, Pencil, Needle Points, 

Lengthening Bar and Dotting Pen " 10.00 



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No. 512. 



No. 513. 



No. 515. 



No. 511, 

" 512, 

11 513, 

M 514, 

" 515, 

" 516, 

" 517, 



518, 
519, 
520, 



Dividers, with Handle, 3$ in. Each, 

3£ in., with Pen, Pencil and Needle Points " 

3£ " " Fixed Needle Point, Pen and Pencil Points ' 

Bow Pen, 3| " " " li and Pen Point < l 

11 Pencil, SJ in., with Fixed Needle and Pencil Point. " 

Spring Bow Divider, 2 Pen Points, Needle and Pencil Points, Ivory 

Handle * * 

Pillar Compasses, with Handles, 2 Needle Points, Pen and Pencil 
Point, which can be drawn from the compass and used as a small 

Bow Pen and Pencil respectively " 

Pocket Compasses, with Folding Points H 

Triangular Dividers, for taking off three points " 

Whole and Half Dividers, 7{ in " 



$1.60 
5.00 
4.15 
2.90 
2.90 

6.75 



9.70 
8 60 
4 00 
3.4) 




No. 522. 



No. 531, Proportional Dividers, finely divided for lines and circles, 7J in Each, $8.80 

' 522, " " with rack movement, finely divided for lines 

and circles, 8J in " 12.30 






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Superfine Swiss Instruments— Continued. 

No 523, Proportional Dividers, with rack movement ; finely divided for line^ 

. , a Q . Each. sH.50 

and circles, movable point-, y in 

V24, Proportional Divider,, with Micrometer Adjustment, finely divided 

for lines, circles, planes and solids, 9 in 



- 8 75 




No. 5S& 



No. 526. 



No. 527. 



No, 528. 



No. 529. 






1*0. 525, Steel Spring Bow Dividers, with Ivory Handle, 3 in -Each, $1.60 

*« 526, " *' Pen, with Ivory Handle, 3 in 2,00 

m 527 ( " " Pencil, with Ivory Handle, 3 in. 2 ^0 

« t 528 " " Pen, with Needle Point, Ivory Handle, 3 in 2.10 

,* 529 t m »• Pencil, with Needle Point, Ivory Handle, 3 in. . . . 2.10 

i4 53Q ( - " Dividers, with Ivory Handle, 3J in : s) 

u 53] t " ■■ Pen, with Needle Point, Ivory Handle, 34 in. 2.40 

<< 532 ( » •• Pencil, with Needle Point, Ivory Handle, 3* in 2.40 

■« 533, Large Bow Dividers, with Ivory Handle. 4J in 2 30 

«< 534, " Pen, with Needle Point, Ivory Handle, 4} in *•* 

lt 535, M Pencil, with Needle Point, Ivory Handle, 4| in 2.90 

u 536, Large Steel Spring Bow Dividers, Ivory Handle, 5 in 2.75 



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Superfine Swiss Instruments— Continued. 




No. 537. 



No. 538. 



No. 539 



No. 540. 



No. 542 



No. 537, Steel Spring Bow Dividers, with German Silver Handle, 3J in Each 

538, ' Pen * wit Q German Silver Handle and Needle Point, 

3£ in ' .. 2 .40 

539, Steel Spring Bow Pencil, with German Silver Handle and Needle 

Point - 3^ in . . 2AQ 

540, Steel Spring Bow Dividers, with German Silver Handle, 3± in " 2.00 

541 ■ " Pen, with German Silver Handle, Needle Point, 

3 i in » 2.50 

542. Steel Spring Bow Pencil, with German Silver Handle, Needle Point, 

3 $ in ■ ! " 2. 50 

Noa. 540. 541 and 542 have a screw on a right and left thread. 



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No. 537%. No. 538%. No. 539%. 

No. 537$, Minute Steel Spring Bow Dividers, with Metal Handle, 2^ in .Each, $1 85 

' 538$, " " Pen, with Metal Handle. 2J in " 2.20 

' 539J, " »« Pencil, with Metal Handle. 2$ in " 2 20 



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Superfine Swiss Instruments— Continued. 




No. 54a 



No. 544. 



No. 543, Beam Compasses, to fit oa any straight-edge, with two Points, Pen, 

Pencil and Needle Points , Each, $8 80 

11 544, Wheel Attachment, for allowing Beam Compasses No. 543 to stand 

by itself *< 2.15 







No. 546. 



No. 546, Tubular Beam Compasses, German Silver, 24 in. long, two Steel 

Points, Pen, Pencil and Needle Points, 3 bars. Each, $10.70 

' 547, Tubular Beam Compasses, German Silver, 36 in, two Steel Points, 

Pen, Pencil and Needle Points, 3 bars " 14.00 



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Superfine Swiss Instruments — Continued. 
With Improved Pivot Joint. 



" 




No. 550. No. 55-2. No. 554. No. 555. 

No. 550, Plain Dividers, 5 in Each, $2.30 

" 551, «« " 6" " 265 

41 552, Hair Spring Dividers, 5 in 3-0*0 

" 553, » " " 6" " 3.50 

'* 554, Dividers, 6 in., with Fixed Needle Point, Pen, Pencil Point and 

Lengthening Bar 5.75 

" 555, Dividers, 6 in., with Pen, Pencil, Needle Point and Lengthening 

Bar.. ■ " 6 - 5 ° 



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Superfine Swiss Instruments— Continued. 




No. 556. 



No. 556, Dividers, 3£ in., with Pen, Pencil and Needle Points Each 

«« 557, " 3$ in., with Fixed Needle Point, Pen and Pencil Points 

11 558, Bow Pen, 3£ in , " " 4 ' 

11 559, Bow Pencil, 3J in., " u " 

11 565, Drawing Pen, without Joint, with Ebony Handle, 4£ in 

" 566, 4t " " 5 in " 

" 567. " with Joint, Ebony Handle, 4 in 

" 568, '■ ' " 5 in 

" 569, " " " 6 in " 

" 570, " without Joint, Ebony Handle, 5 in., upper blade made 

to spring to facilitate cleaning 

4i 571, Drawing Pen, with Joint, Ivory Handle, 4 in . 

" 572, " with Joint and Pin, Ivory Handle, 4J in 

" 573, " " " " 5|in " 

11 574, " " " " 6Jin tl 

"581, " " " " Ger. Silver Blades, 

5Jin " 

" 583, Dotting Pen, with 6 Wheels, Ivory Handle, 6 in., improved '' 



$5.15 
4.50 
3.30 
3.30 
.75 
.90 
1.15 
1.25 
1.35 

1.00 
110 
1.40 
1.55 
1.65 

1.55 
3.30 



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Superfine Swiss Instruments — Continued. 




No 578. No. 580. 

No. 575, Border Pen for broad lines, Ivory Handle, 6£ in Each, $2 80 

576, 6£ in., improved " 3.00 

" 578, Railroad Pencil, Ivory Handle, 5 in " 3.0a 

" 579, " Pen, with Ivory Handle, 5J in •< 3 30 

" 580, " " improved, Ivory Handle, 5 J- in. ,. " 3.30 



Amsler's Polar Planimeter. 







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No 125 



The Planimeter is an instrument for calculating the contents of plans, maps or any- 
other surface. It is most simple in its application, and gives the result with the greatest 
accuracy. Full directions accompany each instrument. 

No. 425, Amsler's Polar Planimeter Each, $28 00 



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IN MOROCCO CAS1 - 




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" 648, 



N 

N 

at, with Pen and Pencil Pointy No. 
3i N 511 Drawing Pen, 4 --. 

v 
Point, with Pen and 
plain Dividers . N 
N i Pen, 4} in., hon B 

1 

N Ue Point and I . - 

x 

\ 

s 

N 






10.75 






20 00 



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Superfine Swiss Instruments— Continued. 

No. 644, Hardwood Oiled Box, containing Plain Dividers, 5 in , No. 500; Di- 
viders, 6 in., with Pen, Pencil and Needle Points and Lengthen- 
ing Bar, No. 507; Drawing Pen, 4? in., Ivory Handle, No° 572; 
Drawing Pen, 54 in., Ivory Handle, No. 573 .Each $14 10 



No. 645, Hardwood Oiled Box, containing Dividers, 6 in., with Pen, Pencil 
and Needle Points and Lengthening Bar, No. 507; Hair Spring Di- 
viders, 5 in., No. 502 ; Steel Spring Bow Divider, 3 in., No. 525 ; 
Steel Spring Bow Pen, 3 in., with Needle Point, No. 528; Steel 
Spring Bow Pencil, 3 in., Needle Point, No. 529; Drawing Pen, 4| 
in., Ivory Handle, No. 572 ; Drawing Pen, 54 in., Ivorv ILmdle No 4 
573 



.Each, 22.40 



No. 646, Hardwood Oiled Box, containing Dividers, 6 in., with Pen, Pencil 
and Needle Points and Lengthening Bar, No. 507; Hair Spring Di- 
viders, 5 in., No. 502; Plain Dividers, 5 in., No. 500; Dividers, 34 
in., with Pen, Fencil and Needle Points, No. 512 ; Steel Spring Bow 
Dividers, 3 in , No. 525 ; Steel Spring Bow Pen, 3 in., Needle Point, 
No. 528; Steel Spring Bow Pencil, 3 in., Needle Point, No. 529; 
Improved Road Pen, Ivory Handle, No. 580; Drawing Pen, 4f in., 
Ivory Handle, No. 572; Drawing Pen, 5} in., Ivory Handle, No! 
573; Drawing Pen, 64 in., Ivory Handle, No. 574 



Each, 36.00 



No. 647, Hardwood Polished Box, lined with silk velvet, containing Dividers, 
6 in., with Pen, Pencil and Needle Points and Lengthening Bar, No. 
507; Hair Spring Dividers, 5 in., No. 502 ; Bow Pen, 3£ in., Fixed 
Needle Point, No. 514; Bow Pencil, 3£ in., Fixed Needle Point, No. 
515; Steel Spring Bow Dividers, 3 in., No. 525; Steel Spring Bow 
Pen, 3 in., Needle Point, No. 528; Steel SpriDg Bow Pencil, 3 in., 
Needle Point, No. 529 ; Drawing Pen, 4J in., Ivory Handle, No. 
572; Drawing Pen, 54 in., Ivory Handle, No. 573; Drawing Pen, 6£ 
in., Ivory Handle, No. 574. Each, 33.35 



No. 648, Hardwood Oiled Box, lined with silk velvet, containing Dividers, 6 
in., with Pen, Pencil and Needle Points and Lengthening Bar, No. 
507; Plain Dividers, 5 in., No. 500; Hair Spring Dividers, 5 in., 
No. 502 ; Proportional Dividers, No. 521 ; Steel Spring Bow Spacing 
Dividers, 5 in. , No. 536 ; Steel Spring Bow Dividers, 3 in , No. 525 ; 
Steel Spring Bow Pen, 3 in., Needle Point, No. 528 ; Steel Spring 
Bow Pencil, 3 in., Needle Point, No. 529; Horn Centre, German 
Silver Rim, No. 847; Drawing Pen, 4} in., Ivory Handle, No. 572 ; 
Drawing Pen, 5J in., Ivory Handle, No. 573 ; Drawing Pen, 6£ in., 
Ivory Handle, No. 574; Drawing Pen, 44 in., Ebony Handle, No. 
565; Drawing Pen, 5 in., Ebony Handle, No. 566 Each, 



44.30 



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Superfine Swiss Instruments — Continued. 

No, 649, Hardwood Polished Box, lined with silk velvet, containing Bow Pen, 
3£ in., with Fixed Needle Point, No. 514; Bow Pencil, S% in., 
with Fixed Needle Point, No 515: Plain Dividers, 5£ in., No. 
500: Hair Spring Dividers, 5 in., No. 502: Dividers, 6 in., with 
Pen, Pencil and Needle Points and Lengthening Bar, No. 507 ; 
Steel Spring Bow Dividers, 3 in., No. 525 ; Steel Spring Bow Pen, 
3 in. Needle Point, No 528; Steel Spring Bow Pencil, 3 in., 
Needle Point, No. 529 ; Beam Compass, for Wood Bar, with Pen, 
Pencil and Needle Points, No. 543; Drawing Pen, 4J in, Ivory 
Handle, No. 572: Drawing Pen, 5£ in., Ivory Handle, No. 573: 
Drawing Pen, 6£ in., Ivory Handle, No. 574; Road Pen., 5£ in., 
with joint in each leg, No. 579 Each, $52 50 

No. 650, Hardwood Polished Box, lined with silk velvet, containing Dividers, 
3£ in., with Pen, Pencil and Needle Points, No. 512 ; Plain Divid- 
ers, 5 in., No. 500; Hair Spring Dividers, 5 in., No. 502; Divid- 
ers, 7 in., joint in each leg, with Pen, Pencil, Needle and Dot- 
ting Pen Points and Lengthening Bar, No. 509 ; Steel Spring 
Bow Dividers, 3 in., No. 525 ; Steel Spring Bow Pen, 3 in. Needle 
Point, No. 528; Steel Spring Bow Pencil, 3 in., Needle Point, 
No. 529 ; Beam Compass for Wood Bar, with Pen, Pencil, and 
Needle Points, No. 543; Drawing Pen, 4J in., Ivory Handle, 
No. 572 ; Drawing Pen, 5J in., Ivory Handle, No. 573 ; Drawing 
Pen, 6J in., Ivory Handle, No. 574; Proportional Dividers, 9 in., 
graduated for lines and circles, No. 521 Each, 64.85 

No, 651, Magazine Case, fine polished box, lined with silk velvet, German 
Silver Corners, with Straps, Tray, Drawer, Lock and Key, con- 
taining Dividers, 6£ in., joint in each leg, Pen, Pencil, and Needle 
Points and Lengthening Bar, No. 508; Hair Spring Dividers, 5 
in., No. 502; Plain Dividers, 5 in., No. 500; Bow Pen, 3£ in., 
Fixed Needle Point, No. 514; Bow Pencil, Fixed Needle Point, 
No. 515; Dividers, 3£ in., with Spring and Set-Screw, Ivory 
Handle, Pencil and Needle Points and two Pen Points, No. 516 ; 
Dividers, Triangular, 5 in., No. 519; Proportional Dividers, 
with Micrometer Screw, 9 in., No. 524; Steel Spring Bow Div- 
iders, 3 in., No. 525 ; Steel Spring Bow Pen, 3 in., Needle Point, 
No. 528 ; Steel Spring Bow Pencil, 3 in., Needle Point, No. 529; 
Steel Spring Bow Spacing Dividers, 5 in., No. 536; Improved 
Dotting Pen, No. 258 ; Beam Compass with Three Bars, No. 546; 
Improved Road Pen, No. 580; Curve Pen, No. 248; Border Pen, 
No. 576; 2 Drawing Pens, 4f in., No. 572; 2 Drawing Pens, 5£ 
in., No. 573; 2 Drawing Pens, ty in , No. 574; 2 Horn Centres, 
German Silver Rim, No. 847 ; German Silver Protractor, No. 930 ; 
Rectangular Ivory Protractor, No. 995; Triangular Scale, 12 in., 
No. 1091 or No. 1096; 12 whole Cakes Water Colors, assorted; 
1 stick India Ink: 8 Brushes, assorted; 1 eight-division China 
Slant; Ink Saucer, 4 in., with cover; 1 doz. Thumb Tacks ; 
Ink Eraser; Artist's Gum; 1 doz. Lead Pencils ; Lead Pencil 
Pointer; 2 Rubber Triangles ; 2 Rubber Curves ; 1 Rolling Par- 
allel Rule (see drawing on page 123) , °. . . .Each, 133.00 

«„,i rtu! ^ 1 'H 0X T eS . 0f Ros f wood . Mahogany or Walnut supplied to order at $5.00 to 30.00 
and filled with Instruments as may be desired at the prices noted in the list. 



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Superfine Swiss Instruments— Continued. 
IN BOXES. 







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No. 651, 



Fine Hardwood Polished Magazine Case lined with silk velvet. For description of 
contents see page 122. 

Handson for college competitions a specialty. 



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Superfine Swiss Instruments— Continued. 

Improved Pivot Joint. 

IN CASES. 







55, Morocco Pocket Case, containing Dividers 3k in , with Pen, Pencil 

and Needle Points, No. 556: Drawing Pen, 4£ in.. No. 565 Each, 87 90 

" 6-56. Morocco Pocket Case, containing Dividers, 6 in.. Fixed Needle Point, 
with Pen and Pencil Point and Lengthening Bar, No. 554: Divid- 
ers, 3£ in., Fixed Needle Point, with Pen and Pencil Points 
557; plain Dividers, 5 in.. No. 550; Drawing Pen. 4£ in.. No. 565: 
Drawing Pen. 5 in.. No. 5&S " 17.00 

4> 657. Morocco Pocket - ntaining Dividers, 6 in., with Pen, Pencil 
and Needle Points and Lengthening Bar. No 555 ; Hair Spring Di- 
viders, 5 in , No. 552; Steel Spring Bow Dividers, 3k in.. No. 537: 
Steel Spring Bow Pen, N 3 -teel Spring Bow Pencil, No. 539; 
Drawing Pen. 4| in.. No. 572: Drawing Pen, 5£ in., No. 573 '* 21.60 

" 65*. Morocco Pocket Case, containing Dividers, 6 in., with Pen, Pencil, 
and Needle Points and Lengthening Bar, No. 555 : Hair Spring Di- 
viders, 5 in., No. 552 : Dividers, 3^ in , with Pen, Pencil and Needle 
No. 556: Drawing Pen, 4 in.. No. 567 ; Drawing Pen, 5 in.. 
- . • 19.50 

" 6-59. Morocco Pocket Case, containing Dividers, 6 in , Fixed Needle Point, 
with Pen and Pencil Points and Lengthening Bar, No. 554 ; Hair 
3 ::g Dividers, 5 in., N 552 -reel Spring Bow Dividers, 3i in., 
S Spring Bow Pen, 3£ in., No. e"&S ; Steel Spring Bow 
Pencil, 3k in , No. 539: Drawing Pen, 4k in., No. 56-5: Dra a 
Pen, 5 in N r 19.50 



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French Instruments, 

BRASS -FOR SCHOOL USE. 




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No. 754. 



No. 757. 



No. 760. 



No. 751, Brass Dividers, 4£ in. long, Rivet Joint By doz $2.10 



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" 752, 

' 753 

•■ 754, 

■ 755, 

" 757, 



5} " 

6J " 

4* " 

5i " 

4* " 



with Pencil Point 

" Pen and Pencil Points and Length- 



ening Bar 

758, Brass Dividers, 5J in. long, with Pen and Pencil Points and Length- 
ening Bar 

760, Brass Dividers, 4J in. long, Needle Point, with Pen and Pencil 

Points and Lengthening Bar 

761, Brass Dividers, 5* in. long, Needle Point, with Pen and Pencil 

Points and Lengthening Bar • 

£g* Numbers 7)4 to 761 are on Cards. 



2 45 
2 85 
3.70 
4.30 

5.00 

5.60 

6 45 

7 20 



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French Instruments— Continued. 
Brass for School Use. 




No. 763, Brass Proportional Dividers, 6J in. long, in Case. 



.Each, |1.50 



=3£ 



No. 765. 

No 765, Drawing Pen, 6 in. long, Ebony Handle.. By do/, $1.55 

-*766,' " " 6 " Ivory " " 2.10 

Brass— for School Use. 
IN BOXES. 



" ~ __ '" ■ - ~f~6~~g» © 1- __^- -- 




No. 773, Brass, in Polished Rosewood Bos, with Trav, Lock and Key, contain- 
ing 5. J- in. Dividers, with Pen and Pencil Points, Lengthening Bar; 
3£m. Dividers, Needle Point, with Pen and Pencif Points*; 4 in. 
plain Dividers; Ebony Handle Drawing Pen; Protractor; Rule.. Each, $1.85 
774, Brass, in Polished Rosewood Box, with Tray, Lock and Kev. contain- 
ing 6£ in. Dividers with Pen and Pencil Points, Lengthening Bar ; 
4 in. Dividers, with Pen and Pencil Points; 3£ in. Dividers, Needle 
Point, with Pen and Pencil Points; 4$ in. plain Dividers; Ebonv 
Handle Drawing Pen ; Brass and Horn Protractors : Rule 



2.40 



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French Instruments— Continued. 
BRASS, FOR SCHOOL USE-IN BOXES. 

No. 775, Brass, in Polished Rosewood Box, with Tray, Lock and Key, containing 6* in 
Dividers, Needle point, with Pen and Pencil Points, Lengthening Bar- 4 in 
Dividers, Needle Point, with Pen and Pencil Points; 4} in. plain Dividers; 
Spring Bow Pen ; Ivory Handle Drawing Pen ; Brass and Horn Protra-t- -r- 

Rule 

Brass, in Polished Rosewood Box, with Tray, Lock and Key, containing 'fy in. 

1 ,n i,iers . * 11,J Point, with Pen and Pencil Points, Lengthening liar : C' in. 

Proportional Dividers; 4 in. Dividers, Needle Point, with Pen and Pencil 
Points; 4£ in. plain Dividers ; Spring Bow Pen ; Ivory Handle Drawing Pen ; 
Horn Protractor ; 2 Triangles ; 1 Curve 

GERMAN SILVER-IN BOXES. 



Each, #3.20 



5.10 




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No. 782. 

R 780, German Silver, Polished Rosewood Box, with Tray, Lock and Key, containing 
G| in. Dividers, Needle Point, with Pen and Pencil Points, Lengthening Bar; 
4 in. Dividers, Needle Point, with Ten and Pencil Points; i-h in. plain Divid- 
ers; Spring Bow Pen; Ivory Handle Drawing Pen; Brass and Horn Pro- 
traeturs ; Rule Ea<-h, |5.00 

German Silver, Polished Rosewood Box, with Tray, Lock and Key, containing 
6j in. Dividers, Needle Point, with Pen and Pencil Points, Lengthening Bar; 
6£ in. Proportional Dividers; 4 in. Dividers, Needle Point, with Pen and 
Pencil Points ; 4£ in. plain Dividers ; Spring Bow Pen ; Ivory Handle Draw- 
ing Pen ; Horn Protractor ; 2 Triangles ; 1 Curve -' 7.50 

German Silver, Polished Rosewood Box, with Tray, Loek and Key; same In- 

struments n< No. 781, with addition of Beam Compass " 11.70 



781, 






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School Instruments. 

NICKEL PLATED. 
In Velvet Lined, Paper Covered, Pocket Cases. 





No. 3587. 



No. 2588. 



No. 2587. Contains Divider, U in., with Pen and Pencil Point; Rule: Pro- 
tractor, and Leads Each, $ .60 

No. 2588. Contains Divider, 4J in., with Pen and Pencil Point; Ruling Pen ; 

Rule; Protractor, and Leads " .70 





Nu 25SJJ. 



No. 2592. 



No. 2589. Contains Divider, 4£ in., with Fixed Needle Point, Pen and Pencil 
Points; 4 in. Plain Divider; Ruling Pen ; Rule; Protractor, and 
Leads Each, $1.15 

No. 2592.— Contains Divider, 4£ in., with Fixed Needle Point, Pen and Pencil 
Points; Lengthening Bar; 4 in. Plain Divider; Ruling Pen: 
Rule ; Protractor, and Leads " 1.25 





No. 2598. 



No. 2599. 



No. 2598. Contains Divider, 5 in., with Fixed Needle Point, Pen and Pencil 

Points, and Leads .Each, $U') 

No. 2599. Contains Divider, 5 in., with Fixed Needle Point, Pen and Pencil 
Point; Superior Hinged Ruling Pen; Protractor; Rule, and 
Leads u 1.65 



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School Instruments— Continued. 

NICKEL PLATED. 

In Velvet Lined, Paper Covered, Pocket Cases. 




-7. Imitation Morocco Case, containing 5£ in. Needle Point Divider, 
with Pen and Pencil Points, Lengthening Bar; 5^ in. Plain Divid- 
er : 3^ in. Spring Bow Pen; Hinged Drawing Pen, and Leads Each, $3.00 

GERMAN SILVER. 

In Cloth Covered, Velvet Lined, Pocket Cases. 




No. 2681. 

No. 2685. 



No. 2681. No. 2685. 

Contains Divider, 5£ in., Fixed Needle Point, with Pen and Pencil 

Points; Hinged Ruling Pen ; Protractor; Rule and Leads Each, $1.60 

Contains Compass, 5£ in , Fixed Needle Point, with Pen and Pencil 

Point-: Plain Divider, 5 in.; Superior Hinged Ruling Pen; Leads " 1.75 




No. 2691. 



No. 2691. Contains Divider, 5£ in., Fixed Needle Point, with Pen and Pencil 

Points; Plain Divider, 5 in * Superior Hinged RuliDg Pen,- Leads.. Each, $2.00 



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School Instruments— Continued, 

GERMAN SILVER. 

In Cloth Covered, Velvet Lined, Pocket Cases. 

No. 2693. Contains Divider, 6 in.; with Hound Steel Points, Ten. Pencil and 
Needle Points, and Lengthening Bar ; Plain Divider, 5 in. ; Su- 
perior Hinged Ruling Pen, and Leads Each, $3.00 

Superior, with Steel Joints, in Leather Covered, Satin and 
Velvet Lined Cases. 




No 3695 



No. 2699. 



No 2695. 



No. 2699 



Contaios Compass, 5£ in., with Fixed Needle Point, Pen and Pen- 
cil Points ; Plain Divider, 5 in. ; Drawing Pen, 5 in., with Spring 
Nib ; and Leads Each, $2.25 

Contains Divider, 5£ in , with Fixed Needle Point, Pen and Pencil 
Points, and Lengthening Bar; Plain Divider, 5 in.; Superior 
Hinged Drawing Pen ; Leads, etc " 2.75 




No. 2718. 



No. 2718. Contains Divider with Handle, 5J in., with Pen and Pencil Points, 
and Lengthening Bar; Plain Divider with Handle, 5 in. ; Superior 
Hinged Drawing Pen, and Leads Each, 



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iai 



Protractors. 




No. 901 



HORN PROTRACTORS. 

No. 900, Horn Protractor, 4 in. diam. half circle, whole degrees 



" 901, " 


5 " 


" 902, •' 


6 » 


" 903, " 


7 t( 


■' 904, » 


8 " 


" 905, " 


8}in 


" 906, " 


5£ " 


" 907. •' 


6i '« 



whole 



'hole t 


egrees 


Each, 


$ .12 


lalf 

i < 




" 


.20 
.25 
.40 
.50 
.75 
1.20 
1.50 



■■ 








No. 910. 



METAL PROTRACTORS. 

No. 910, Brass Protractors, 4 in. diam , half circle, half degrees Each, $ .20 



" 911, " " 5 « ' " 

" 912, •■ " 6 " " " " ll " 

913, German Silver Protractor, 4 in. diam., half circle, half degrees. 

914, " " " 5 " » * il tl " 

915, " »« » 6 " " " " " " . 



.45 
.50 
.45 
.00 
.90 



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Protractors— Continued. 





No. 930. No. 935. 

EXTRA FINE SWISS PROTRACTORS. 

No. 930, German Silver, 4 in. diam., half circle, whole degrees, centre on outer 

edjre Each, $1.65 



931, German Silver, 5 iu. diam., half circle, J degrees, centre on outer edge, ' 

932, " 6 " '« I 

935, lt 4 " ll 1 " inner edge, ■ 

936, " 5 " " J " 

937, " 6 " " I 



2 30 
3.50 
2.10 
2.65 

4.10 




an '» ^ 

Qfe 

No. 945. 

No. 940, German Silver, 5J- in. diam., half circle, $ degrees, with vernier read- 
ing to three minutes Each, $10.00 

941, German Silver, 8 in. diam., half circle, J degrees, with vernier read- 

ing to one minute " 13-00 

942, German Silver, 10 in. diam., half circle, J degrees, with vernier read- 

ing to one minute " 16 50 



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Extra Fine Swiss Protractors— Continued. 

(See drawing on opposite page.) 
No, 945, German Silver, 5£ in. diam., whole circle, £ degrees with vernier 

reading to three minutes Each, $13.50 

946, German Silver, 8 in. diam., whole circle, £ degrees, with vernier 

reading to one minute " 15.25 

u 947, German Silver, 10 in. diam., whole circle, £ degrees, with vernier 

reading to one minute «« 19.00 

Paper Protractors. 

No. 975, Half Circle Protractor, 5 in. diam., £ degrees, on Bristol Board Each, $ .25 

" 976, Whole " 8 " } " on Drawing Paper, 

printed in Red or Black «< ,30 

" 977, Whole Circle Protractor, 13 in. diam., £ degrees, on Drawing Paper, 

printed in Red or Black * .30 

11 978, Same as No. 976, on Bristol Board " .40 

11 979, " " 977, " ".......*.... •« 40 

44 980, " " 976, on Vegetable Tracing Paper " .30 

-< 981, " " 977, " « «« .30 







Nos. 990 and 995. 

Boxwood and Ivory Protractors. 

No. 990, Boxwood, rectangular, 6 in. long, If in. wide, divided in whole de- 
grees from Oto 180, scales of j, |, J and 1 in. to foot, inches and 
eighths, inches and tenths, diagonal scale and scale of chords . . Each, $ .35 

4 * 991, Boxwood, rectangular, 6 in. loDg, If in. wide divided in whole de- 
grees, to 180, scales of £, \, §, |, f , f , J and 1 in. to foot ; scale 
of chords, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 60 parts to in , and diagonal scale 

" 995, Ivory, rectangular, 6 in. long, If in. wide, divided in whole degrees 
from to 180, scales of ±, £, J and 1 in. to foot, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 
60 parts to in., diagonal scale, and scale of chords 

" 996, Ivory, rectangular, 6 in. long, lj in. wide, divided in whole degrees, 
to 180, scales of £, £, f . £ f , f, J, 1 in to foot, scale of chords, 
30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 60 parts to in. , and diagonal scale 



60 



1.50 



2 25 




Nos. 1001 and 1002. 



Plotting Scales. 

^o. 1001, Boxwood Plotting Scales, 6 in -By doz., $1.20 

" 1002, Ivory ' " 6 in Each, .85 












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Flat Boxwood Scales c 




Mo. 1007. 



No. 1006, 


Boxwood 


" 1007, 


" 


" 1008, 


11 


" 1009, 


.< 


11 1010, 


«• 


" 1011, 


.< 


«■ 1012, 


" 


" 1014, 


11 


" 1015, 


" 


'« 1015J 






and f , J 


11 1016, 


Boxwood 




and |, J, 


M 1017, 


Boxwood 




and f , J 


" 1018, 


Boxwood 




and | f } 



Scale, 6 inches long, divided J, J, J, 1 inch to the foot Each, $ .30 

12 " " *.i.*fl " " " .... " .50 

10* " " U.fl " ,- "...." .75 

18 " " i,±, i 1 " " " ■■ 1.25 

24 " " i, |, i 1 .... « 1.50 

6 " " |.f»U,8 (l " " .... " .30 

12 " " §,f, H, 3 " " " .... " .50 

18 " " |,|, H, 3 " 1.25 

24 " " };j, 1},8 " 1.50 

6 " beveled on both sides, div. f f £, 1 in., 

, 1 £, 3 in, to the foot " .60 

Scale, 12 in. long, beveled on both sides, div. f f £, 1 in., 

, If 3 in. to the foot " .90 

Scale, 18 in. long, beveled on both sides, div. f f J, 1 in , 

, If 3 in, to the foot " 180 

Scale, 24 in. long, beveled on both sides, div. f f f 1 i D ., 

, If 3 in. to the foot " 2.00 




No. 1030. 



No. 1020, Boxwood Scale, 12 in. long, divided f T \, f f, f f, f f 1, If If 

If, 2, 2}, 2f 3 in. to the foot " Each, $ M 

1021, Boxwood Scale, 12 in. long, divided f T \, f §, f f, 1, If If If, 2, 

and 3 in. to the foot " .90 

1025, Boxwood Scale, 20 cm. long, divided to centimeter and millimeter. . " 60 

" 1026, '■ 30 " '« - » » » .75 

" 1027, " 50 » » <« 1.50 




No. 1031. 

No. 1030, Boxwood Chain Scale. 6 in. lone, divided either U |£ or 44 . . -Each, $ .38 

' ' 1 00 1 (i ..-^ ^ 50»40 60''"' , 1/v 

10dl - 12 " •• io to Ar so .60 

" 1032, 



12 



Hi 



InfJ 



1.20 



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135 



Perfection" White Edge Scales. Flat. 



lmirmrhTirirm 



ENGINE DIVIDED 



These Scales are made of the best seasoned .Boxwood. The bevels are of a material 
resembling Ivory, which will remain white and will not shrink. These Scales are a 
decided improvement over all others now in use. They combine durability and distinct- 
ness. They are more legible than Ivory Scales. 



DIVIDED IN TWELFTHS. 

No. 2100, Flat - Perfection- Scale, 6 inch, div. £, }, J, 1 inch to the foot Each $ 75 

:; ?£ ;; i- - i2 - "-fctfci « - - 1.25 

8102 > M " " 12*" " hhhl " " " 1.35 

Scale No. 102 has the advantage of covering 100 feet on % inch, 50 feet on % inch, and 
25 feet on % inch scale. 

No. 2103, Flat " Perfection" Scale, 18 inch, div. J, J, J, 1 inch to the foot Each, $2.25 



41 2104, 

" 2105, 

" 2106, " 

" 2107, " 

M 2108, «' 



24 
24 

12 
18 
24 



" hh J, 1 " " 3.00 

" i, J, in to the ft., T V iD. full size, " 3.00 

" f J, U, 3 inch to the foot " 1.25 

" ifftU>8 M " " 225 

" l.f.JM " " » 3.00 



BOTH SIDES REVELED AND DIVIDED. 

No. 2110, Flat "Perfection" Scale, 12 inch, div. £, J, J, and 1 inch by |, }, 1J 

and 3 inches to the foot Each, $2.00 

2111, Flat " Perfection » Scale, 18 inch, div. |, J, J and 1 inch by f j, 1| 

and 3 inches to the foot * 3 50 

2112, Flat " Perfection " Scale 24 inch, div. J, J, J and 1 inch by f , j, 1J 

and 3 inches to the foot " 4.75 






DIVIDED IN TENTH* 

No. 2113, Flat "Perfection" Chain Scale, G inch, div. 10 x 50 parts to the inch, Each, $ .75 

" 2114, " " « .1 G M " 20 x 40 " " " » .75 

11 2115, » " m 11 6 11 .1 30x 60 " ' .75 

" 2116, " » << « 6 " " 80x100 * M " " 1.00 

' 2117, " << " •• 12 " " 10x 50 1.25 

' 2118, " " 11 11 12 <* ■■ 20 x 40 1.25 

" 2119, 11 H ■• «i 12 '« •■ 30 x 60 " J.25 

'* 2120, " • ■ H «i 12 'i - 80x100 " " 1.75 



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Triangular Scales. 

BOXWOOD. 

No. 1091. 
DIVIDED IN TWELFTHS. 

No 10S0, G in., div S V A. A. i |. A. f. 1, 14. 3 in. to Hie foot, and T >, in Eacb * 75 

" 1092,12" " A. ft. *. i. t. i. I 1.1*. 8 ,V " ' 100 

" 1091, 12" '< M.#.M,l,li,2,3.4 " - " ft" " 100 

" 1098,. 18-" " i.i,f,i,j, ],H,2, 3, 4 A " .... .. 2 '25 

" 1093, 24" •■ 4.i > i.i 1 f,l,li,2,S.4 tV " • 4:00 

DIVIDED IN TENTHS. 

No. 1095, 6 in. , div. 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, GO parts to iu Each $ 75 

" 1096, 12- ■« 10,20,30,40,50,60 " " .. ' 100 

44 1096$, 18" » 10,20,30,40,50.60 " « .« 2 25 

41 1097, 24- " 10,20,30,40,50,60 " « ... >< 400 

" 1096a, 12" " 20,30,40,50,60,80 » " *« ^ 

41 1098, 2" " 10 to 60, or 20 to 80 ■' « ........!!!"....!! " .60 

1099, 20 cm., Metric System, div. to centimeter and mil i meter " 1 25 

44 1100, 30 cm., - " u „ tl l4 15Q 

-Perfection" White Edge Scales. Triangular. 

DIVIDED IN TWELFTHS. 

No. 2121, Triangular "Perfection," in., div. A , A> j, 4., f, } , }, ,, ,j 3 in . t0 

« „„ * hefo " t '* in : Eacl,.$l.M 

-122, Tri.np.hr "Perfection,- 12 hi., div . A> %> h x j, J, J, 1, 1Jf 8 in. to 

the foot, T ' ¥ in „ ., - 

1 2123, Triangular "Perfection," 12 in , div. j, ±, f^s, "j'.'l,,' ^ 3,4 in. to 

the foot, T ' E in .050 

" 2124, Triangular "Perfection," 1 8 in., div. |, fcfc *."*."i". 14. 2. ' 3. Vin.' to 

the foot, T \. in .. 4 . fl 

2125, Triangular "Perfection," 24 in., div., ], ,. |. J,'}, ij iV.'a.'a. 4 in.' to 

the foot, T ' s in .. 650 

DIVIDF.D IX TENTHS. 

*?' !! 3 J/ THa :f llar " *■*■*»." 6 in , div 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, parts to in Each, $1.50 

,. 2133 ' „ n " " 10,20,30,40,50,60, 2.60 

.. 21 34 , 18 " " ™, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, " " " 4.50 

., 2135 ' 24 " " 10,20,30,40,50,60, 4 6 50 

13 " •' 20,30,40,50,60,80, 2 50 



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No 



No, 



'i'>l >ti >!>' '•■'•' ■ P 

No. mi. 
1111, Triangular Scale Guard Each $ 25 

Paper Scales. 

On Heavy Paper, 19 inches long. 

1116, Series A contains 6 Scales, one each, divided to {, J, f, 1, U and 3 

in. to the foot j$ y set $j 00 

1117, Series B contains 6 Scales, one each, divided to A, i, A,A, £, and 

i in. to the foot .... . ... « l 00 

1118, Series C contains 6 scales, one each, divided to 10 20, 30, 40," 50 and 

60 parts to the inch >< I qq 

1119, Single Scale of any of the above series, A, B, C Each 20 

1120, Same as No. 1119, divided either to £, 1£, If or If in. to the foot! '. " .20 

1121, 12 in., divided on one edge inches and tenths, and on other foet 

and T fo 11 10 

1122, Same as 1121, one edge 20 parts to the inch, the other edge 40 " .10 

1123, " 1121, " inches and fo t the other inches and x \ . . . . . " .10 

Folding Pocket Rules. 




No. 



1175, 
1176, 
1177, 
1178, 
1179, 
1180, 
1181, 
1182, 
1183, 
1184, 
1185, 
1186, 
1187, 
1188, 
1189, 
1191, 



Boxwood, 1 foot, 
1 " 
1 " 
1 »■ 
,1 " 
1 " 
1 ■' 

1 " 

2 feet, 



Ivory, 

Boxwood, 

Ivory, 

Boxwood, 

Ivory, 
Boxwood, 



Nos. 1175 and 1177. 



four fold. By doz. 

11 ki brass bound ed^es 



German silver edges . 
with Caliper 



four fold, 



Ivory, 

Boxwood, 

Ivory, 

Boxwood, 

Ivory, 



round joint. 
square 



brass bound edges.. . 
German silver edges. 



and edge plates. 



brass bound edges. 

Herman silver edges ... 

inside edges beveled with draft'g scales 
same as No. 1189 



$ 1.65 
3.90 

17 00 

32.00 
3.90 

38.00 
6.50 

4100 
1.30 
1.62 
2.28 

54.00 
490 

80.00 
6.50 

96.00 



1 












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Flexible Folding Pocket Rules. 

No. 1204, Boxwood, 4 ft., 8 fold, divided to inches and ^ on one side and 
centimeters and millimeters on the other, with springs to hold the 

rule °P eu - EacM 65 

" 1204£, Boxwood, 4 ft., 8 fold, divided to inches and ^ on both sides, with 

springs to hold the rule open . . 

" 1205, Boxwood. 4 f t , 8 fold, divided to inches and T V on one side and 

centimeters and millimeters on the other 

M 1206, Boxwood, 4 ft., 8 fold, very flexible, for measuring the circumference 
of round objects, divided to inches and T V on one side and centi- 
meters and millimeters on the other 

. <o 

Parallel Rulers. 



No. 1210. 



No. 1210, 6 in. Ebony. . . .By doz., $2 00 

" 13". 9 " .... M 4.50 

" 1212,12 " .... « G00 



No. 1213, 15 in. Ebony By doz $7.50 

" 1214 18 »« - 9.C0 

" 1215, 24 " .....«' 18.00 



Rolling Parallel Rulers. 




No. 1240. 

EBONY. 

No. 1240, Brass Mounted, 12 in . v . *„ m 

- 1241, « is " ac ' $ 

" 1242, " io 300 

- ••■•■ " 3.60 

,vor y Edges, Graduated. 

No. 1245, Brass Mounted, 12 i n _ , „ fln 

" 1246 " i* „ •■•• Each, $4.80 

- 124:! •■ J?.. - " 600 

iy - 7.20 

No .1250, 9 in METAL- Nickel Plated. 

" 1251,12 " Each, $4.35 

" COO 

Section Liners. 

No. 1270, l„ iprovedi Ebony RllIe and Angle, Metric Scale and Adjustment . . .Each. $3.50 



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T Squares. 




No. 1285 and No. 1395. 

Pear Wood, Fixed Head. 

No. 1285, 15 in Each, $ ,15 i No. 1290, 42 in 

11 1286, 18 " " .20 " 1291, 48 " 

11 1287,24 " " .25 «■ 1292,54 ". 

11 1288,30" " .30 " 1293,60". 

11 1289, 36 " . " .35 

Movable Head. 

No. 1295, 15 in Each, $ .45 No. 1300, 42 in 

" 1296, 18 " '• .55 " 1301,48 ". 

" 1297,24" " .65 " 1302,54". 

" 1298,30*' " .75 " 1303,60". 

" lk99, 36 " " .80 



Each, $ .45 
.55 
.65 

.75 

Each, $ .90 
1.00 
1.20 
1.50 




No. 1305 and No. 1315. 

Mahogany, Ebony Edges, Fixed Head. 



No 1305, 15 in Each, 

" 1306, 18 " " 

" 1307, 24 " " 

" 1308, 30 " " 



No. 1315, 15 in Each, 

" 1316,18 ". " 

" 1317, 24 " " 

11 1318, 30 A 



$ .35 
.40 
.55 
.70 

Movable Head. 



No. 1309, 36 in Each, $ .85 

" 1310,42 " " .95 

" 1311, 48 " " 1.10 

11 1312, 54 " " 1.30 



$ .60 

.70 

.95 

1.10 



No. 1319, 36 in Each, $1.20 

•' 1320, 42 *' " 1.30 

11 1321, 48 " " 1.50 

" 1322, 54 " " 1.75 



18 in 
24 ». 



18 in, 
24 ».. 



Mahogany, with Transparent Amber Edges, Fixed Head. 

Each, $1.05 I 30 in Each, $1.80 I 42 in. .. .Each, $2.65 | 54 in .. Each 

1.35 | 36 ".... " 2.00 | 48 ".... " 3.25 | 

Movable Head. 
.Each 



..Each, $1.60 I 30 in 
.. " 1.70 36 " 



$2.35 | 42 in 

2.75 48 " 



.Each, $3.20 I 54 in. 

. " 3 80 



$4.10 



Each, $4.75 



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T Squares— Continued. 




No. 1330. 

Tapered Maple Blade, Black Walnut, Fixed Head. 

No. 1330, 24 in Each, $ .75 No. 1333, 42 in Each, $1.15 



1331, 30 

1332, 30 



1 00 



1334, 48 



1.30 



Tapered Blade, Mahogany, with Ebony Edges, Fixed Head. 



No. 1335, 30 in Each, $1 05 

" 1336,36 " " 1.15 



No. 1337.42 in Each, $1.35 

" 1338,48 '« - 1.55 




No. 



No. 



1340, 


6 in 


1341, 


9 " 


1342, 


12 '■ 


1343, 


15 " 


1344, 


18 " 


1355, 


6 in 


1356, 


9 " 


1357, 


12 ". 


1358, 


15 ». 


1359, 


IS •« 



No. 1340 and No. 1355. 

Hard Rubber, Fixed Head 

Each, $ .40 
.45 
.60 



.90 



No. 1345, 24 in Each, 

11 1346, 30 " " 

" 1347, 35 " «' 

11 1348, 40 " •' 

" 1349, 48 " »■ 



Movable Head. 

Each, $ .85 No. 1360, 24 in Each, 

1361, 30 " '■ 



.95 
1 15 
1.50 
1 65 



1362, 35 

1363, 40 

1364, 48 



$1.15 

135 
1.50 
1.75 
2.35 



$2.00 

2.50 
290 
3.50 



No, 



No. 



No. 



Steel, all Nickel Plated, Fixed Head. 

Sl?l! Each, $325 I No. 1377. 30 in 

13 ' 6 ' 24 " 4.50 | i. 1378,36 »■ 

Engravers' Steel, Nickel Plated Blades, Brass Heads, Fixed Head 

lm' 6» Each, $100 I No. 1397, 9 in 

" 1398,12 «.... 



1.25 



Each 



Each, 




r „ QO . , Movable Head. 

U0O 6- .--.Each, $1.25 I No. 1401, 9 in. 

' " 1.50 " 140 4 > \o .. 

AOTE.-J Squares of special design in wood or metal made to' order. ' 



.Each, 



$5.50 

6 50 



$1.50 



$1.75 

2.50 



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Straight Edges. 



141 



Pear Wood, one Edge Beveled. 



No. 1452, 18 in Each, 

»■ 1453, 21 » " 

" 1454, 24 " " 

" 1455. 30 " - 



.15 

.18 
.21 

.27 



No. 1456, 36 in Each « ^n 

1457,43 »• :;;;;;;* ' '^ 

'• !45 



1458, 48 



Mahogany, Ebony Edges, one Edge Beveled. 

No. 1467, IS in Each, $ .25 

" 1468, 21 " " 30 

" 1469, 24 " -« " 35 

11 1470, 30 " « '45 



No. 1471, 36 in.. 
44 1472, 42 ' . 
" 1473, 48 ".. 



.Each, $ .50 
. " .60 

. " -85 



Hard Rubber. 



No. 1480, 12 in Earl., $ 

'■ 1481, 15 »■ 

M 1482, 18 " 

l ' 1483, 2L ".... 



No. 1490, 18 in 

11 1491, 24 ' 

•' 1492, 30 * . 

11 1493. 36 ". 

" 1494, 42 " 



No. 1505, 12 in,. 
" 1506, 18 ".. 
" 1507, 24 ».. 
" 1508, 30 ".. 
u 1509,36 " . 



.30 
35 

45 

65 



No. 1484, 24 

'•' 1485,30 

" I486, 36 

" 1487,42 



Steel, with Square Edges, Nickel Plated. 



. .Each, $1.60 

, . " 2.30 

. " 3.25 

. " 4.25 

. '< 5.25 



No. 1495, 48 in 

" 1496, 54 ". 

" 1497, 60 ". 

'" 1498, 66 ". 

" 1499, 72 l \ 



Steel, Beveled Edges, Nickel Plated. 



} in. thick, beveled to t \ in. scant. 

...Each, $1.50 
.. " 2.00 
.. •' 2.75 
.. " 3 75 

.. " 5.00 



.Each. $ .85 

. " 1.00 

1.35 

1.65 



Each, $6 60 

. ... " 7.75 

.... '■ 9.00 

.... •• 10.50 

.... " 12.50 



No. 1510, 42 in Each, $6.25 

" 1511, 48 " •• 7.50 

" 1512. 60 " " 10.50 

" 1513, 72 " " 15.00 






Triangles. 




45° 



Pear Wood, Solid. 



1*0. 1525, 4 in Bv doz. $ .60 

5 " " 70 

• ".. .... «• 1.00 

7 " " 1.10 

8 " " 1.30 



60° 



No 1525,5 in .. Bv doz. 

6 " " 

7 " 



9 



$ .60 

.80 

1.00 

1.10 

1.30 



142 



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Triangles — Continued. 





PEAR WOOD-Open, Mortised Joints. Best Quality. 



V T o. 1530, 


5 


11 1531, 





11 1532, 


8 


11 1533, 


9 


11 1534, 


11 


" 1535, 


13 



45° 

5 in Each, $0.12 

.15 
.18 
.22 
.25 
.32 




No. 1540, 
11 1541, 9 
" 1542,11 
11 1543, 13 
" 1544, 15 



30—60° 
7 in Each, $014 

" .20 



.30 
.35 




No. 1550, 
11 1551, 
" 1552, 8 
" 1553, 9 
" 1554, 11 
" 1555, 13 



5 in 
6" 



MAHOGANY— Ebony Edge, Open, Mortised Joints. 

45 ' 30-60 

No. 1560, 7 in Each, $0.37 



Each, $0.32 
. ' .37 

. '■ .42 

. " .50 

. " .70 

. " .95 



1561, 9 ' 

1562, 11 ' 

1563, 13 ' 

1564, 15 ' 



.42 

.00 

.85 

1.00 



45° 



No. 1620, 5 in Each, $0 50 



" 1621, 


6 ' l 


" 1622, 


7 " 


" 1623, 


8 " 


*< 1624, 


9 ■• 


" 1625, 


10 " 


41 1626, 


11 " 


11 1627, 


12 " 


" 1628, 


13 " 


No. 1585, 


5 in 


11 1586, 


6t" 


" 1587, 


8 " 


" 1588, 


10J" 


" 1589, 


12 " 



TRANSPARENT AMBER-Open. 

30— 60° 
No. 1630, 6 in Each, $0.40 



.55 
M 
.80 
.90 

1.05 
1 30 
1.60 
1 80 



1631, 7 " " .50 

1632, 8 " " -55 

1633, 9 " " .60 

1634, 10 " " -72 

1635, 11 " " .83 

1636, 12 «• » 1.05 

1637, 13 " " 1.25 

1638, 15 " " 160 



45° 



.Each, 



STEEL- Open, Nickel Plated. 

30° -60° 

£3.25 No. 1590, 6£ in Each, $3.25 

375 » 1591, 8 «■ " 3.75 

4-50 << 1592, 10J " " 4 50 

^00 i » 1593^ igj (i i« 6.00 

8 -00 " 1594,15 " " B.00 



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No. 1600, 6±in... 
" 1601, 8 "... 
" 1602, 10J "... 



Triangles— Continued. 
STEEL Beveled Edges, Open, Nickel Plated. 

45 30 -60 3 

E » ch > ^.00 No. 1603, 8 in Each, $5.00 

«.00 '« 1604,10* " « 600 

' 7.50 - 1605,12 " « 7.00 

School Squares, or Triangles. 




fc^_hMlnnfhrifflnftiiimiffiiiLimW ffimiiiiffimft n %<Wfaii £ 

SCWQOl SQUARE .^rVtTCVnyn MITll 

No. 160R., 

No. 1606, Prof. Walter Smith's No. 3. of Bristol Board, comprising Ruler, 

Scale and Protractor combined, 5 in By doz. 

1607, Prof. Walter Smith's No 2. of Bristol Board, comprising Ruler, 

Scale, and Protractor combined, 6 in . " 

1608, Prof. Walter Smith's No. 1, of Bristol Board, comprising Ruler, 

Scale, and Protractor combined, 7 in ' 





45° 



30°— 60° 
HARD RUBBER Open. 



22^— 67£ J 
30°— 60° and 22$°— 67$ 3 



No. 1651, 4 in Ea 

M 1652, 5" ' 


ch, $ .18 
.20 
.25 
.30 
.33 
-36 
.45 
.50 
.55 
.75 
.90 
1.15 
1.35 


No. 1666. 4 ir 
" 1667, 5" 


" 1653, 6 " 


" 1668, 6" 


" 1654, 7" 


" 1669, 7" 


" 1655, 8" ., 


" 1670, 8" 


" 1656, 9" ' 

11 1657, 10 ' . 


" 1671, 9 " 
" 1672,10" 


" 1658,11 " 


" 1673, 11 " 


11 1659, 12 " * 


" 1674, 12 " 


" 1660, 13" 


■• 1675,13" 


" 1661,14" 


" 1676,14" 


44 1662, 16 " 


" 1677, 15 " 


14 1663, 16" ., .... « 


" 1678, 16 ' 



.Each, 



$ 84 
1.44 



1.80 



$ .12 
.15 
.18 
.20 
.25 
.30 
.33 
.36 
.45 
.50 
.60 
.75 

1.05 



144 F . W. DEVOE & C- T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



Triangles— Continued. 
HARD RUBBER For Cross Sections. 



No. 1680. 

No. 1680, Set of seven, as follows: J to 1, i to 1, \ to 1, 1 to 1, 1J to 1,H to 1, 

2 to 1 By set, $2.50 

" 1681, Single Triangles of No. 1680 Each, .40 

HARD RUBBER -For Batter Slopes. 

■ No. 1682. 

No. 1682, Set of six, giving eight slopes, as follows : 1 in 2, 1 in 3, 1 in 4, 1 in 5, 

1 in 6, 1 in 8, 1 hi 10, 1 in 12 By set, $2.25 

" 1G83, Single Triangles of No. 1682 .Each, .40 



HARD RUBBER-Lettering. 






No. 1685. 

No. 1685, Set of three, 3£ inch By set, $1 00 

41 1686, Single Triangles of No. 1685 Each, -35 



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Irregular Curves. 

PEAR WOOD. 




Carriage Builders' Curves. 

HARD RUBBER. 




°- 1725, Set of 15 in Wood 



■ I 



I 



Box By set, $5.00 



™ 



146 



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Irregular Curves — Continued. 



HARD RUBBER. 




No. 1750. 



No. 1 
Each.. 35c. 

No. 8 
Each... 20c. 

No. 15 
Each... 50c. 



No. 2 
30c. 

No. 9 
35c. 

No. 16 
30c. 



No. 3 
20c. 

No. 10 
35c. 

No. 17 
20c. 



No. 4 
25c. 

No. 11 
35c. 

No. 18 
35c. 



No. 5 
25c. 

No. 12 
30c. 

No. 19 
30c. 



No. 6 No. 7 

25c. 25c. 

No. 13 No, H 

35c. 35c. 

No. 20 No. 21 

85c. 75c. 



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Irregular Curves— Continued. 
HARD RUBBER. 




No. 22 
Each. .70c. 

No. 29 
Each.. 30c. 

No. 36 
Each.. 40c. 



No. 23 
60c. 

No. 30. 
15c. 

No. 37 
35c. 



No. 24 
50c. ' 

No. 31 
50c. 

No. 38 
75c. 



No. 1720. 



No. 25 
50c. 

No. 32 
15c. 

No. 39 
50c. 



No. 26 
25c. 

No. 33 
50c. 

No. 40 
25c. 



No. 27 
20c. 

No. 34 
30c. 

No. 41 
30c. 



No. 28 
40c. 

No. 35 
20c. 






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Irregular Curves — Continued. 
TRANSPARENT AMBER. 





No. 1 


No. 2 


No. 3. 


No. 4 


No. 5 


No. 6 


No. 7 


No. 8 


Each 


.$1.00 


55c. 


90c. 


50c. 


35c. 


4Cc. 


50c. 


35c. 




No. 9 


No. 10 


No. 11 


No. 12 


No. 13 


No. 14 


No. 15 


No. 16 


Each 


. 40c. 


55c. 


55c. 


45c. 


75c. 


75c. 


60c. 


45c. 




No. 17 


No. 18 


No. 19 


No. 20 


No. 21 


No. 22 


No. 23 


No. 24 


Each 


. 30c. 


40c. 


40c. 


$1.50 


$1.00 


$1.00 


95c. 


80c. 




No. 25 


No. 26 


No. 27 


No. 28 


No. 29 


No. 30 


No. 31 


No. 32 


Each 


. 90c. 


40c. 


35c. 


90c. 


45c. 


25c. 


$1.50 


30c. 




No. 33 


No. 34 


No, 35 


No. 36 


No. 37 


No. 38 


No. 39. 


No. 40 


Each 


. 90c. 


95c. 


25c. 


85c. 


90c. 


$1.00 


85c. 


30c. 



Splines. 




No. 1800 and No. 1815. 

No. 1800, Pear Wood, 12 in Each, $ .15 

" 1801, " 24 " « .25 

" 1802, " 36 " .30 



No. 



No. 



HARD RUBBER 

1805, 12 in Each, $ .25 

1806, 18" " .30 

1807, 24 " " .35 



No. 1808, 30 in Each, $ .40 

11 1809, 36 " " .45 

" 1810,42'' » .50 



1815, Lead Weights for Splines tm By doz., $12.00 

1816, Iron " " ' ,. 73 q 



No. 



Ellipses. 

1820, Pear Wood, 6 in set, 1| to 4£ in By «et $1 00 

i82i, »« lo " 2-6 ■« !!]!!"/.!!!!!!".! «■ ' 1.75 

1825, Hard Rubber, 6 in set, 1£ to 4| in - 125 

1826 > " 10 " 2 " « " ."../]..]».!.!!...]...! » 3*25 



No. 



Parabolas and Hyperbolas. 

1830, Pear Wood Parabolas, 8 in set, lj to 5i in Bv set $1 

1831, Rubber " 8 " 1£ << 5£ « [[[[ « ' 

1835, Pear Wood Hyperbolas, 8 in set, 2 to 5£ in ■ 

1836, Rubber » 8 " 2 " 5£ " 



SO 

25 

1.50 

8.85 



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BRISTOL BOARDS, DRAWING PAPERS, ETC. 
F. W. Devoe & Go's Bristol Boards. 

22 x 28 inches. 
Eagle." for pen and ink drawings, sketching, etc Bv dn7 * Qfi 



'Bank Note," Extra Superfine 



French White Bristol Boards. 



.12 

.16* 



Cap 

Demy . . 

Medium 17" 

Royal 19 

Super Royal 21 

Colombier . . .24 

Grand Aigle 28 



:16i inches By doz., $ .50... 



19* 

x21 
x 24? 
x27± 
x34" 
x40 



.85 . 

1.10 

1.30. 

1.50 



3 SHEET. 

...$ .65.. 



1.10.. 
1.45.. 

1.70 . 
2.00. . 



4.80 



4 SHEET. 

...$ .85 

... 1.45 

... 1.70 

. .. 2.15 

. .. 2 65 

. .. 5.40 

. .. 7.20 



Reynolds' Bristol Boards. 



Ca P 12| x 15J inches By doz 

Demy 14| x 18i u « 

Medium 16| x 20J " 

Royal 18± x 22£ " *. . . * « 

Imperial 2l|x28| 



2 SHEET. 

, $ ,55.. 

.85.. 

1.15.. 

1.45.. 



3 SHEET. 

.$ .85... , 
. 1.25.... 
. 1.70... 
. 2.15.... 
. 4 30... 



4 SHEET. 

...$1.10 

1.65 

. . . 2 25 
... 2.90 
. .. 5.75 



Reynolds' Super London Bristol Boards. 

Smooth Surface -Made of Pure Linen. 



r , 2 SHEET. 

^ a P 12Jxl5 inches By doz., $1.75.. 

Demy. 14| x 18 " " 2 75 

Medium 16±x20£ " " 3.G0 

Rojal 18"x22 " " 4 50 



3 SHEET. 
..$2.50.. 

. . 4 25.. 
. . 5.25.. 

. . 7.00.. 



Turnbull's Super London Boards. 

With Grain— Made of Pure Linen. 



Cap 12 x 15 inches .By doz 

Demy 14 xl8 " " 

Medium 15J x 20j- " 

Royal 17*x22" ■« " 



2 SHEET. 
, $1.90.. 

3 00 . 
3.50 . 
5.00 . 



3 SHEET. 
..$2.90.. 

. . 3.50.. 
.. 5.00.. 
. . 6.30. . 



4 SHEET. 

$3.50 

5.50 

7.25 

9.50 



4 SHEET. 

....$3.50 

... 4 80 

.... 6.65 

. .. 8.50 



Mounting Boards. 

No. 10, White, 22 x 28 inches By doz 

" 12, " extra thick, 22x28 inches..... 

" 30, " 30x40 inches [[[[[ » 

11 102, Greyon one side, white on the other, 22 x 28 inches " 

150, Granite Blue on one side and Granite Grey on the other, 30 x 44 in. . " 



$1.50 
1.80 
6.00 
1.80 
6.00 



F. W. Devoe & Go's Aquarelle Tablets. 

Made of Whatman's Paper " Rough" or " C. P.," 21Jx28 inches By doz , $6.00 

Turnbull's Pen and Ink Carton. 

An extra hard board for pen and ink work, 15 x 22 inches By doz., $12.00 



I 



150 F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



Black Bristol Boards. 

Matt Surface 22 x 28 inches .By doz. $1.20 

Patent Office Bristol Boards. 

Printed with Border, and for Witnesses, Attorneys, Etc. 

U. S. Patent Office Regulation Size and (Quality. 

Reynolds & Son's English Bristol, 10 x 15 inches , .By doz. - 

F. W. D. & Go's American " 10x15 " u .80 

Unprinted. 
F. W. D. & Go's 10 x 15 inches By doz. $ .60 

French Tinted Bristol Boards. 

Royal 19x25 inches, 2 Sheet, 10 Tints By doz. 

Super Royal 22x28 " 3 " 5 " " 2.00 

Super Royal 22 x 2S " 4 " 5 " ., - 2.90 

Colombier... 24x34 " 4 " 5 " . . " 540 

Grand Aigle 26x40 '• 4 " 5 * 4 " 7,00 

Turner Boards. 

A Water Color Board with Egg Shell Surface, used largely for making 
Decorative Novelties. 

WHITE, BUFF, BLUE, ROSE, GREY, VIOLET, GREEN. 

22 * 34 By doz. $1.15 

23 x 29 (Cream only) „ 1M 

Novelty Boards. 

Similar to Turner Boards, but with Pebble Surface. 

WHITE, BUFF, BLUE, ROSE, GREY, VIOLET, GREEX. 

22 * 34 By doz., $1.15 

23x29 (Cream only) <« 1 08 

23 x 29 (Double Thick, Cream only). !...]...!.".!..".." " .' [[[[ ] [[[[ u ^44 

Matt Boards. 

Cream White on one side and Buff on the other. 

I! lin , 30 x 40 iuf ' hes Bv hundred, $12 30 

™ lck 30x40 ■• ;. „ 1500 

Double 30x40 " . „ c< 2400 

Treble 30x40 « \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ •« « 36*00 

F. W. Devoe & Co's Illustrators' Crayon Boards. 

Made with Steinbach Paper. 

THICK. 
22 x 28 inches _ , 4 , ftn 

28x44 •« ;;; ''\ d0Z ' $ tZ 

dUx4U tmm u 7 20 



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Ross' Relief Hand Stipple Drawing Papers. 

For Photo=Engraving and Litho=Transferring. 

By rubbing the crayon over the surface of the paper the picture is formed in stipple 
in light and shade, at the will of the artist. 

No. 1 Embossed fine stipple Sizes 11 x 14, 14 x 22, and 22 x 28 inches. 

u Jf, medium stipple. Size 11 x 14 » 

4( i> " Sizrs 11 ■ 14, 14x22, and 22x28 " 

ti d > coarse and fine stipple combined *' 11x14,14x22, " 22x28 

ii ifo' t>i ", square cross line Sizes 11 , 14^ " 14-22 " 

4B, Black, over embossed 9quare line Size 11x14 " 

5, Embossed grain • < 14 x 22 

[[ 6 > " basket pattern «< 14x22 

7, Black ruling printed, on steel " 14x22 

8, Embossed, very fine stipple * " 11x14 

ti 9, Very fine stipple << n x 14 *' 

^ 10, Black line one way and embossed across. * 4 14 x 22 

*| 11, Embossed cross lines <* 14x22 

[ t JJ» il t4 " printed " 14x22 

12, Fine black lines one way and embossed across " 11 x 14 

| ( 13, Crayon and stipple combined " 14x22 " 

14, Printed crayon tint " 14 x 22 

it J}J> " " '* and embossed line " 14x22 

^ lb, Embossed diamond stipple , " 11x14 «■ 

17, Very fine printed lines » 11 x 14 



■ 






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F. W. DKVOE & C. T. RAY.NOLDS CO. 



Ross' Relief Hand Stipple Drawing Papers— Continued. 




No. 18, Embossed lines n . - , - A ; „„u PQ 

;; 19, very fine printed cross iine: ;; :;;;;; ;;;; ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; ; b : ze J{ : If^' 

;; 21 Very fine black lines one way \ embossed 'im"^"^""" ■' 14x21 



22, Printed lines and crayon 
29, " - a J 



Sha 



11x14 inches, 14x19 inches, 

By sheet, $ .30 By sheet, $ .50 

jreen Stipple Paper (Linen) 21 x 33 inches. 



14x22 inches. 
By sheet, $ .50 



Enameled Scratch Boards. 



14x21 
.... " 14x22 
.... " 14x19 
.... " 14 

22 y 28 inches, 
By sheet, $ .75 
..By doz. sheets, $1.20 



face 



.^ ^viaun ouarus. 

-Jttfr^ an extra enameled sur- 

ging facsinfile or U^ ZZ^ouXT^ L» stru ?^ for the purpose of whit* 
22 x 28 inches. . . Bv doz theeu ^ An i' °i J 11 *^ 11 ? 8 alterati ™* in the drawing 

uy aoz. sheets, $3.60 | 14 x 22 inches. . . .By doz. sheets, $1.80 






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Whatman's Drawing Papers. 

Selected Paper. 

Ex lanation of Sdrpaces.-C. P.-» Cold-pressed "-or ordinary surface; having a slight grain 
™?n Hot - preS9ed ^ r smooth 8Urlace - *-* Ko«gh "-or very coarse surfaceToT large 6 and^pe^ 



grain. 

Cap.... 13x17 inches, C. P. and H. P ,... Bv quire 

Demy 15x20 » C. P. and H. P ^y quire, 

Medium 17x22 " C. P. and H P 

Royal 19x24 " C. P., H. P. andR] """ 

Super Royal 19x27 " C. P. and H P 

Imperial 22x30 " C. P., H. P. and R. ' ! " " 

Double Elephant 26x40 " C. P. , H. P. and R 

Antiquarian 31x52 •• C P and H. P. 



open 

$ .65 
1.00 
1.35 
1.75 
2.10 
2.90 
5.50 

30.00 



Extra Heavy. 



Imperial 



Double Elephant 



. c. 
. .i\ 

. c. 
. c. 



r 
p. 
p. 
p 


H. P. andR., 90 lbs 
H. P. andR., 140 

200 

300 


p. 


and R ...... .210 



to ream By quire, $4.25 

44 " 6.70 

11 " 11.00 

" " 20.00 

M " 12.00 



Harding's Drawing Papers. 



Imperial 22 x 30 inches .By quire, $3 00 

double thick 22x30 " , << 6.00 

Imitation Creswick's Drawing Papers. 

Imperial 22 x 30 inches, C P. and R By quire, $7 00 

Double Elephant 26 x 40 u C P. and R " 12.50 

Eagle Hand=Made Water Color Papers. 

C. P. and Rough Surface— White. 

22 x 30 inches, 72 lbs to ream By quire, $2.75 

22x30 " 140 " •? .. « 5.60 

44 Peerless " Eggshell Drawing Papers. 

White. 

?°yal 19 x 24 inches By quire, $1.50 

Imperial 22x30 " " 2.00 

Double Elephant 27 x 40 " " 3.50 

French White Drawing Papers. 

R °yal 19x21 inches By quire, 1.10 

Imperial. 22 x 28 " " 1.25 



German White Drawing Papers. 

£ a P 14 x 17 inches By quire, 

£emy. 16x21 " " 

Medium 18x23 " " 

Royal 19 x 24 " " 

SuperRoyal 20x28 " " 

Imperial 22 x 30 " " 

Double Elephant .26 x 40 " " 















5 .27 




.42 




.57 




.75 




.85 




1.05 




2.10 





154 F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



" Union " American White Drawing Papers. 

For Pencil or Crayon -School Use. 

Ro J al % q» lir ^' J -50 ! Imperial, By qui ^ $ ;Q 

Audax Drawing Papers. 

Buff Tint. 

Imperial 22 x 30 inches . . . 

Double Elephant .27x40 " 



•By quire, $1.30 
210 



French Tinted Crayon Papers. 



KRoyai::;::;:::;;- ••*„***.** 

Rolls of 11 yards, 54 inches wide, 5 tints t> „ U0 

" By roll, 3.30 

Eggshell Tinted Crayon Papers. 

Roilf of ■ 10' VardsVsS incheS^ ^^ 8 ^ : •' By quire, $1.60 

Full rolls of 35 lbs., 58 " » .".'. ' £ y ro11 ' 3 ' 60 



Charcoal Papers. 

French, Ordinary. 

H&et^ By quire,*. « 

Lalanne— Thin Royal 19x25 " 4 - " 

..." „ —Thick •• 19x25 " 4 " "* 

Allonge—Royal 19 x 25 •• __ 

Gns de Rome— Royal 19x25 " o n 



.90 
1.00 
140 
1.75 
2.25 



English Tinted Crayon Papers. 



DoSwe^ep^ 2 ° tin 4 ts - 

" 4.50 

English Tinted Crayon Paper, Handmade. 

Pem 22x30 inches, 5 tints By qnire, $4.80 

French Pastel Papers. 

Royal i q n - • . 

SuperRoyal.;:;;;;.;;;--- 2; x X ^ in ?. hes Ey quire, $5.00 

Colombier 24x84 " " 60 ° 

Grand Aigle """26x40 " " 10u0 

" 14.00 

French Pastel Paper-in Rolls. 

Honso f n yards>56inche9wideigreytint Byrou ^ 

F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's Pastel Boards. 

No 1 White fi „. Su P« rior Quality -Six Surfaces. 

x^u. i, vvnite, fine gram* No 9 Ti«v>* ^ 

coarse grain; No. 4, Cool Grej- velvet flni.V.i?' ?"£"? S rain; No - 3 ' Lleht Cteam, 
coarse grain. ^.velvet nmsh; Mo. 5, Buff, medium grain; No. 6, Buff, 

22 x 28 inches, all numbers .... D . mi on 
By doz. $4.20 



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French Pastel Boards. 



No. 6 .13x16 inches. 

" 8 15x18 " . 

"10 18x22 " . 

"12 20x24 " . 

"15 21x26 " , 

"20 23x29 " . 



.By doz. $4.50 
5.00 
. " 6.00 

. " 7.00 

. " 7.50 

. " 9.00 



English Parchment. 



14 x 18 inches By doz., $6.00 

16x20 " " 7.20" 



18x24 inches By doz., $9.60 

22x26 " " 12.00 



Linen Ledger Papers. 

For the Blue Process and for Drawing. 



Royal 19x25 in ..By quire, $ .90 

Imperial 23 x 31 " . . " 1.60 



Double Royal. 24 x 38 in. .By quire, $2.00 
D'ble Elephant. 27 x 40 ".. " 2.75 



French Gelatine. 



Thin 13x19 inches. .By doz., $1 75 

Medium... 13x19 " .. " 2.25 

Thick 13x19 " . . " 3 00 



Thin 17 x 21 inches. .By doz., $2.25 

Medium... 17x21 ■! .. " 3.00 

Thick 17x21 " .. " 420 



Bond Papers. 

Very Tough. For Tracings, etc. Glazed. 

No. 16 16x21 inches 



11 16... 19x24 

" 18 19x30 

'OnionSkin" 17x22 



high finish. 



.By quire, $ .70 
. •« .90 

. " 1.30 

. " .60 



Transfer Papers. 

Blue, Black, Purple, Red and White. 

11x18 inches By doz., $ .30 | 18x22 inches By doz., $ .60 



Rice Papers. 



3 x3 inches By doz , $ .24 

8Jx4i " " .36 



5x7 inches By doz., $ .90 

7 xlO " " 1.80 



India Proof Paper. 

Extra Fine, Two Stars 12 x 44 inches. By quire, $1.50 



Ivory Sheets for Miniature Painting. 

Carefully Prepared from Selected Ivory. 

No. 5, 3 x 3| inches Each, $1.70 

" 6, 3£x4£ " " 2.50 

" 7, 4 x5 " " 3.60 

" 8, 4Jx6 " " 5.00 



No. 1, If x 2 inches Each, $ .30 

" 2,lix2i " " .45 

M 3, 2]x2J " " .70 

11 4, 2|x3| " u 1.10 



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Tracing Papers. 

FRENCH, VEGETABLE, EXTRA FINE— In Sheets. 

No. 4790, Telliere 13 x 17 inches By quire, $ .65 

" 4792, Ecu ..15x20 " ... • l.oo 

M 4794, Graud Raisin... 19x24 " •• 1.55 

" 4795, Jesus 22x28 " " 2.15 

" 4797, Grand Aigle.... 26x40 " » 9.00 

Special prices for full reams. 

OXFORD, ORDINARY- In Sheets. 

Imperial, 20 x 30 inches By quire. $1.00 

Double Elephant 30x40 " 2.00 

PARCHMENT TRACING PAPER- In Sheets. 

Imperial 20 x 30 inches . . By quire, $1.00 

Double Elephant, 30x40 " " 2.00 

VARIOUS— In Roils. 

No. 4800, "Peerless," 40 inches wide, 22 yards in roll, tough and trans- 
parent By roll, $2.75 

M 4801, Canson's French Vegetable, 54 inches wide, 22 yards in roll " 3.50 

" 4805, "Electric," natural, cold pressed, 56 inches wide, 44 yds. in roll. . " 4.50 

11 4807, " Diaphaine.' 1 30 inches wide, 20 yards in roll tl 1.50 

" 4808, Amberine, 48 inches wide, 44 yards in roll - 2.00 

" 4810, " Glacier " Parchment, 38 inches wide, 20 yards in roll " 4.00 

" 4811, "Argosy "40 inches wide, 20 yards in roll " .85 

" 4814, " Utility;' 40 " 20 " « 1.50 

A, Parchment, Thin, 40 inches wide, 20 yards in roll (very transparent and 

fine) « 4 00 

B, Parchment, Thick, 40 inches wide, 20 yards in roll (very transparent 

and fine) . . 4.00 

C, Parchment, thin, 40 inches wide, 20 yards in roll (unprepared, but very 

transparent and strong «« 1.50 

Tracing Cloth. 

-IMPERIAL," Dull Back. 

30 inches wide, 24 yards in roll By roll $6.90 

36 " " 24 « ;;; *„ 7 .go 

42 " " 24 » 1. 10 .50 

54 " " 24 - ..."..[...,. " 15.00 

" RELIANCE, "-Extra Heavy, Dull Back. 

PREPARED EXPRESSLY FOR WORKING TRACINGS. 

30 inches wide, 24 yards in roll Bv ro n $5.50 

37 " 24 «« .... " \ 630 

40 " 24 - .. M 7.6O 

43 " 24 « ......... >< 8.90 



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Brown Drawing Papers— in Rolls. 

For Detail Drawing, Etc. 

No. 4863, "Abaca," medium, 40 inches wide, 10 yards in roll. Bv roll « 70 

. o5 

In full rolls of 50 to 125 lbs By lb. $ .14 

No. 4866, -Abaca," thick, 40 inches wide, 10 yards in roll Bv roll *l 00 

■■ 4867, « .- 40 ■- .. io .. ".'.".■;;;;;;; ; .. irS 

Iu full rolls of 50 to 125 lbs By lb. $ .14 

No. 4880, Thin, No. 1, 40 inches wide, 10 yards in roll. Bv roll * ra 

In rolls of 50 to 150 lbs By lb. $ .14 

No. 4885, Medium, No. 2, 40 inches wide, 10 yards in roll Bv roll * ft* 

" 4886, « « 2,48 « - 10 - .V^.V.V.V.' » 1.00 

In rolls of 50 to 150 lbs By lb. $ .14 

No. 4890, Thick, No. 3, 40 inches wide, 10 yards in roll Bv roll $1 10 

" 4891, " « 3,48 " " 10 " .. 135 

In rolls of 50 to 150 lbs By lb. $ .14 

No. 4905, "Audax " Drawing Paper, a new detail paper superior to the manilla, cream 
tint, 10 yards in roll. 

36 in. wide, 42 in. wide, 56 in. wide, 

By roll, $1.20 $1.55 $2.00 

In full rolls of 50 lbs By lb. $ .25 

White Drawing Papers— in Rolls. 

No. 4909, " Riverside," 36 inches wide, 10 yards in roll By roll, $1.00 

42 « " 10* « «« ' lias 

54 " ■« 10 " « 1.80 

In full rolls of 25 1o 50 lbs By lb. $ .25 

So. 4915, "Fine White," 36 inches wide, 10 yards in roll By roll, $1 35 

" 4915£, « 42 « « 10 " •« 1.60 

" 4916, « 54 " " 10 » ■' 2.40 

In full rolls of 25 to 50 lbs . .By lb. $ .35 

Io. 4922, Steinbach, medium, 56 inches wide, 10 yards in roll By roll, $3.00 

' 4923, " thick, 56 " " 10 " " 4.50 

Special price in full rolls of about 125 lbs. 

s T o. 4925, " Tenax," thin, 60 inches wide, 10 yards in roll By roll, $2.50 

In full rolls of 60 to 70 lbs By lb. $ .45 



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"PEERLESS" Drawing Papers. 

We ask the careful attention of Engineers, Architects and Draughtsmen to our 

^" PEERLESS" Drawing Papers, which are especially made for us by one of the 
largest manufacturing firms in Europe. 

These papers, the manufacturers assure us, are made of pure linen, and are the verv 
best that can be produced. 

Their uniformity in thickuess and grain, toughness, proper sizing, and for all desirable 
qualities, place them without a superior in the market. 

In order that inferior papers may not be sold as " Peerless,' 1 we have had our water 

mark mk± " PE ERLESS n placed along the border of every roll, and buyers will please 
note this fact for our mutual protection. 



No. 4950, M 
" 4955, 
44 4960, 
" 4965, 
11 4970, 
" 4975, 



Peerless," medium. 

36 

42 

" " 42 

thin, 53 

58 

medium, 58 

58 

thick 58 

58 

u medium, smooth 58 

58 



36 iu. wide, in rolls of 10 yards By roll, $2.60 

30 to 40 lbs... By lb. .45 

10 yards By roll, 3.00 

30 to 40 lbs... By lb. .45 

10 yards By roll, 3.00 

30 to 40 lbs... By lb. .45 

10 yards By roll, 4.00 

30 to 40 lbs... By lb. .45 

10 yards . ...By roll, 5.25 

30 to 40 lbs... By lb. .45 

10 yards .By roll, 3.75 

30 to 40 lbs By lb. .45 



No. 4980, 
" 4981, 
44 4982, 
44 4987, 
" 4990, 
" 4991, 
" 4992, 
44 4993, 
" 4994, 



Mounted Drawing Papers— in Rolls. 

MUSLIN BACKED. 

Fine White 



36 in. wide, in rolls of 10 yards 

42 « " 10 tt 

" 54 " " 10 h 

•Tenax," thin. 60 « l4 1Q M 

g!^" Peerless," medium ..36 » « 10 « 

" ..42 « u 10 ,« 

" ..58 « u 1Q M 

smooth 58 44 •• 10 ** 

extra thick . .58 " «* 10 »« 



Bj 


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a 


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7.00 
7.50 




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10 00 
10.00 
12.25 



Mounted Drawing Papers— in Sheets. 

No. 4995, Whatman's C. P Roval m o. • .. «.„ M 

u 4996 M ,\ T y . 19 x 24 inches By quire, $6.00 



4996, 
4997, 
" 4998, 
" 4998, A 
11 4998, B 
" 4998, C 



4 ' Peerless ' 



Imperial 22x30 

Double Elephant 26 x 40 
Antiquarian .:... 31x52 

R °y al 19x24 

Imperial 22x30 

Double Elephant 26x40 



8.40 

14.00 

4320 

5.30 

7.80 

13.20 



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F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's « Heliograph*" 
Blue Process Paper. 

PREPARED. 

No. 4999, U. S. M. - Extra Thin," prepared verv tono*. w wr 

poses, 30 inches wide, Ml. ot^Tar^! 1 :.'?:.! ^.^ roll, $1 .00 
In rolls of 50 yards. *, ^^ 

No. 5002, J^ "Heliographic," medium thickness, prepared, in rolls of 10 yards 

J che8wide 30 36 42 

^ $1.20 $1.35 $1.50 

No. 5003, ^>^ - Heliographic," thick, prepared, in rolls of 10 yards. 

J ch " wide 30 36 42 

Byr011 $1.40 $1.60 $1.80 

UNPREPARED. 

No. 5007, J^ " Heliographic," medium, 50 yards in roll. 

Inches wide 30 35 42 54 

By ro11 $3.75 $4.25 $5.25 $6.25 

No. 5008, j^ « Heliographic," thick, 50 yards in roll. 

Inches wide ... 30 36 42 54 

B ^ ro11 $4.50 $6.00 $6.90 $8.50 

Blue Print Cloth. 

PREPARED. 
Used in the same manner as Blue Print Paper. 

36 inches wide, in rolls of 10 yards By roll, $4.25 

"Perfection" Positive Blue Print Paper. 

Blue Lines on White Ground. Prints in from io to 20 Seconds. 

30 inches wide, 10 yards in roll By roll, $2.85 

3b " 10 « .- „ aw 



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1.00 




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1.00 
1.00 
1.00 






II 


1.00 


l( 


1.00 


CI 


5.00 


it 


5.00 


It 


5.00 


it 


5.00 


a 


5.00 


ti 


5.00 



Cross Section Paper — in Sheets. 

No. 5025, Ruled 4 x 4 to 1 inch, blue, both sides of sheet, 16 x 21 inches 

" 5026, " 5x 5 " 1 " " 16x21inches 

" 5027 . " 5x 5 " 1 " " every fifth line red. 16x21 inches... 

" 5028, " 8x 8 " 1 " '• 16x21 inches 

" 5029, " 10x10 •' 1 " " 18x23 " 

5031, " 4x4-1 " red, every fourth line blue, 16 x 21 inches 
" 5032, " 12x12 "1 " blue, both sides of sheet, 16x21 inches.. 

" 5035, Engraved 8x 8 to 1 inch, red or blue, 16x22 inches < 

" 5036, " 10x10 " 1 " '• 16x20 "...... 

" 5038 . " 5x 5 " i •' '< 16x20 '• ............ 

" 5039, " 16x16 " 1 " •' 16x21 " 

5040, " Metric System, in red, 40 x 50 cm., each ceutimeter and 

fifth millimeter heavy 

' 5045, Parchment Tracing Paper, 10 x 10 to 1 inch, blue, 18 x 23 inches. . 

Cross Section Paper— in Rolls. 

No. 5050, Engraved 10 x 10 to 1 inch, yellow, every fifth line heavy, 24 inches 

„ ^ _ wide ' 11 J^i^oll By roU, 14.00 

505 , Engraved 16 x 16 to 1 inch, yellow, 24 inches wide, 11 yards in roll. " 4.00 
5052 ' " 8x 8-1 « .. 24 ., „ u „ _ „ 4()0 

Profile Paper— in Rolls. 

In continuous rolls of 50 yards, 22 inches wide, and of the following scales: 
No. 5065, Plate A._Rnlings 20 inches wide ; Horizontal Divisions, four to 
the ,nch; Vertical Divisions, twenty to the inch, and having 
every tenth horizontal division line and every fiftieth vertical 

dmsmnlme heavier than the others By yard, $ .30 

5066, Plate Brings 20 inches wide; Horizontal Divisions, four to 
the inch: X ertical Divisions, thirty to the inch, and having ev- 
ery fourth horizontal division line and every twentv-fifth verti- 
cal d.v, sl on line heavier than the others h , .30 

Muslin Backed Profile Paper-in Rolls. 

"'Im'vTJ'LZ MeM : " iDCheS Wid6 ' ^ - 11S * » 1— Bv yard, , .75 

0U7b, Plate B, 9 mches wide, in rolls of 10 yard.. . .. .50 






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F. W. Devoe & Go's Sketch Blocks. 




The Blocks are made of sheets of paper, pressed firmly together ; and each sheet may 
be separated by passing a knife blade under its edge. The Bound Blocks have Leather 
Backs and Cloth Sides. 



1 Riverside " White Paper. 

FOR PENCIL OK CRAYON. 

I - < inches By doz 



7x10 

9 n 12 
10x14 
12x18 
14x20 



French Tinted Paper. 

FOR PENCIL OR CRAYON. 

PLAIN. 

5x7 inches By doz. $3 00 

7x10 " " 5.15 

9x12 " " 7.75 

10x14 " " 9.50 

12x18 " «■ 13.00 

Hx20 " •« 16 60 



PLAIN. 
$2.00 

3.50 
4.50 
5.40 
7.20 

9.65 



$8.60 
12.35 
16.60 
18.65 

30.00 
33.00 



French White Paper. 

FOR PENCIL OR CRAYON. 

PLAIN. BOUND. 

5 x 7 inches By doz. $2.30 $8.00 

7x10 " •' 380 11.25 

9x12 " " 5.45 15.00 

10x14 •« »■ 6.75 16.50 

12x18 ■« " 8.20 25.35 

34x20 " ■■ 11.20 28.00 

English Tinted Paper. 

FOR PENCIL, CRAYON, or WATER COLORS 

PLAIN. BOUND. 

5x7 inches... . . .By doz. $3.60 $9.20 

7x10 " " 6.30 13.55 

9x12 " " 9.(50 18.35 

10x14 •■ »« 11.50 20.75 

12x18 " " 21.00 35.75 

14x20 " " 22.80 37 75 



French Charcoal Paper. 

WHITE OK TINTED 
FOR CHARCOAL OR CRAYON. 

PLAIN. 

5x 7 inches By doz. $2.50 

7x10 " »■ 4.20 

9x12 " - 5.65 

10x14 " » 8.40 

12x18 " " 9.00 

18x24 •■ " 19.60 



Michallet Charcoal Paper. 



FOR CHARCOAL OR CRAYON. 



7x10 

9x12 
10x14 
12x18 
18x24 



7 inches By doz. $2.80 



4.80 

6.45 

10.00 

10.80 

22 BO 




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Sketch Blocks— Continued. 



Eagle hand Made Water Color Paper. 



5x7 inches By doz. 

7x10 " " 

9x12 " " 

10x14 " " 

14x20 " •• 



PLAIN. IX I HA HEAVY. 

, $3.70 5x7 inches By 

8.60 7x10 ■■ * 

10.25 9x12 " 

12.25 10x14 " 

23.30 14x20 " 



PLAIN. 

doz., $5.85 
10.80 
17.25 
2100 

40.70 



5x7 inches 

7x10 " 

9x12 " 

10x14 " 

12x18 " 

14x20 " 



PLAIN. 

By doz., $4.50 
8.25 
10.40 
16.00 
19 00 
30.40 



Whatman's Paper. 

FOR WATER COLORS. 



BOUND. 
$10.00 

16.00 
19.00 
24.35 
34.00 
45 00 



5 

7x10 

9x12 

10x14 

14x20 



EXTRA HEAVY. 

PLAIN. 

7 inches By doz., $6.00 



12 00 
18.00 
22.00 
42 00 



BOUND. 
$11.25 

17.50 
25.00 
29.00 
54.00 



" Peerless" Eggshell Paper. 

WHITE. 
FOR WATER COLORS AND PENCIL. 



5x7 inches 
7x10 " 
9x12 
10x14 ■■ 
14x20 " 



PLAIN 

By doz., $3.80 

6.80 

8.90 

12.75 

24.40 



BOUND. 

$9.60 
14.00 
18 00 
21.75 
39.50 



Harding's Paper. 

EXTRA HEAVY. 
FOR WATER COLORS. 

PL 4 IN. BOUND. 

5x 7 inches By doz., $6.40 $12.00 

7x10 tl .... " 12.00 18.00 

10x14 " " 23.00 26.00 

14x20 " .... " 44.60 56.00 



Flexible Canvas=Covered Sketch Books, 



White Paper. 



3| x 5£ inches By doz., $1.20 

4i*6i «• - 1.80 

5 i><8 " - 2.40 



6 x 8f inches By doz., $3 00 

7 xlO " " 3.60 

8£xll » «« 420 



The "Student's" Sketch Books. 

White Paper, Stiff Canvas Covers, Stamped on Cover " Sketches, 




1x8 « 8 By doz., $2.50 

0x9 " 3.60 



8x 10 inches By doz., U*® 

9x11 >« •« 5.40 

10x14 " ■« 7.60 



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French White Paper. 

CLOTH BOUND. 

8Jx 5 inches By doz. $3 00 

4x6" 



5x7 
5jx 9 
7 xlO 
9 xl2 
10 xl4 



3.70 

4 50 

5 50 
6.50 
9.00 

10.40 



English Tinted Paper. 

CLOTH SIDES, LEATHER BACKS. 



3£ x 5 inches By 

4x6" 



5x7 

7 xlO 

10 xU 



doz. $3.75 
5.25 



6.10 
9.70 

16.75 

Eggshell Paper, White. 

CLOTH BOUND. 
: 5 inches. ...By doz. $3.50 

4.65 

5.50 

8.25 

14 45 



Peerless ■ 



4x6 

5x7 

7 xlO 

10 xl4 



3|x 

4x0 

5 x 7 

5J x 9 

7 xlO 

9 xl2 

10 xl4 



French Tinted Paper. 

CLOTH BOUND. 
5 inches By doz. 



Whatman's Paper. 

CLOTH BOUND. 
3jx 5 inches By doz 

4 x 6 tl " 

5 x 7 " « 

7 xlO " « 

10 x!4 " 



Eggshell Paper, Tinted. 

CLOTH BOUND. 



3£x 5 inches By 

4x6" 

6x9 " 

7 xlO " 

9 xl2 " 



doz. 



$3.50 
4.50 
5.65 
6.90 
8.75 
11.75 
15.00 



$4 20 
5.50 

6.80 ■ 
11.00 

19.65 



$3.50 
4.65 
5.50 

8.25 
14.45 



F. W. Devoe & Go's Academy Block- Books for Sketching. 




Made same as Sketch Books, but with the three outer edges fastened as ordinary blocks 

Whatman's Paper. 

* x5 inches By doz 

x7 « 
\x9 " M 



$6 40 
10.25 
12 50 



7x10 inches By doz. $16.00 

9x12 " " 19.40 

10x14 u " 26.00 






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School Drawing Books. 

Blank— Interleaved with Tissue Paper. 




Nos. 5220, 5881, 5223, and 5240. 



PAPER COVERS. 

No. 5220. 7J x 9f inches, 8 leaves By doz. $1.00 

" 5221,7Jx»f M 1G " « 135 

■ - 5223.?ix9| " 24 '■ .. L70 

'■ 524O,8£xl0f " 12 " ,. 150 



No. 



5224, 4 6j i 


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, 22 lea 


5225, 4J x 7J 


" 


22 " 


5226, 5£x Gf 


" 


22 ■■ 


5227, 6£x 7* 


ii 


22 » 


5228, 6| x 8f 


" 


22 » 


5229, 7| x 9| 


>i 


22 ■ ' 


5230, SfxlOJ 




22 " 



STIFF COVERS. 

22 ]eaves By doz., $1.00 



1.25 
1.50 
1.80 
2.00 
2.75 
3.50 



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Field Books. 

Bound in Leather, Round Corners. 

5273. Field Books, 4J x 7J inches, 80 leaves By doz. , $6.00 

5273A, " 4|x?i " 60 

5274, Transit Books, 41 x 7| inches, 80 leaves 



5274A, «■ 4^x7^, 

5275, Level Books, 4x7, 
5275A, <• 4 x7, 

5276, Transit Books, 4 x 7, 
5276A, " 4x7, 



60 
80 
60 
80 
60 



one leaf with fine ruling. 



5278, Cross Section Books, 7 x8 inches, ruled in 5 parts to the inch 
5281 > " 6fx8J • " io 



4.50 
6.00 
4.50 
5.50 
4.00 
6.00 
4 50 
9.00 
10.00 



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Portfolios. 







School-Cloth Back and Corners, Paper Sides. 

i^ inches B >' doz - WOO 19x25inehes By doz. 10 50 



!x31 



17.00 



Fine-Leather Backs and Corners, Cloth Sides, with Flaps, 

11x16 inches By doz. $12.00 19 x 25 inches By doz $25 00 

" 2 0.00 22x31 " ...; •« 36.00 

Extra Fine-Stiff Leather Backs and Corners, Cloth Sides, with Flaps. 

FOR ENGRAVINGS, ETC. 

!! X ^ iDCheS Each ' 325 23x30 inches Each, $9.00 

" 4.50 24x32 » « 10.00 

4t 600 26x36 " •■ 12.00 

" 7.50 30x40 " " 15.00 

Sketching Portfolios. 



16x22 



16x22 
19x25 
20x28 




Japanned Tin Frame Inside, Leather and Cloth Bound. 

WITH FLAP AND POCKET TO HOLD SKETCHES AND PAPER. 

11 x W inches Each, $4.00 | 12^x 18 inches Each, $6.00 



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VERE FOSTER'S DRAWING COPY BOOKS. 

Embracing Every Description of Drawing. 

F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO., 

Sole Agents for the United States. 

Superior Edition By doz. $1.20. 



FREEHAND SERIES (20 Numbers?. 



A 1— Elementary, Easy Objects. 

A2— Simple Objects. — Straight Lines. 

Bl— Straight Line Objects.— Flat. 

B2— Straight Line Objects.— Perapecti ve. 

CI— Curved Line Objects.— Flat. 

C2 — Curved Line Objects.— Perspective. 

Dl— Leaves from Nature. 

D2 — Foliage and Sprays. 

El — Plants from Nature. 

E2— Simple Floral Forms. 



Fl— Flowers from Nature. 

F2— Flowers and Fruit. 

01— Ornamental Leaves. 

G2 — Ornamental Foliage and Fruit. 

HI — Ornamental Objects— Simple. 

H2— Ornamental Objects.— Advanced. 

1 1 -Elementary Ornament, 

I 2— Floral Ornament, Pateras, &c. 

I 3— Anthemion and Ornamental Forms. 

I 4 — Advanced Outline Ornament. 



LANDSCAPE SERIES (18 Numbers). 



,11— Trees.— Oak, Fir, &c. 

.12— Trees.— Beech, Elm, &c. 

J3— Trees.— Ash, Chestnut, &c. 

J 4— Trees.— Larch, Lime, Willow, &c. 

Kl— Landscape.— Sketching and Shading 

K2— Sketches Boldly Shaded. 



K3 — Landscape.— Fully Shaded Drawings. 

K4 -Highly Finished Sketches, &c. 

LI— Rustic Figures. By E. Duncan, R. W. S. 

M 1 - Marine Objects.— Boats, &c. 

M2— Fishing Boats, Coasters, &c. 

M3— Yachts, Vessels, Studies of Water, Ac. 



ANIMAL AND HUMAN FIGURE (16 Numbers). 



—Elementary Animal Drawing. 
ul— (Quadrupeds and Birds. 
(>2 Poultry.— Various Breeds. 
03— British Small Birds. 
04— British Wild Animals. 

05- Horses —Arab, Hunter, Dray, &c. 

06— Horses. -Racer, Pony, Mule, &c 
07— Dogs. —Seventeen Sp'ecies. 



08-Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, Goats, &c. 

09— Cattle, Lambs, Ass, Foal, &c. 

OH) -Foreign Wild Animals. 

Oil— Cats and Kittens. 

Ql— Human Figure.— Elementary. 

Q2— Human Figure In Outline. 

03 — Human Figure in Outline (Advanced) 

04— Human Figure.— Slightly Shaded, 



GEOMETRICAL SERIES (10 Numbers). 



Rl— Practical Geometry— Simple Problems. 

R2— Practical Geometry.— Circle, Ellipse. 

R3 — Applied Geometry. 

R4— Solid Geometry. 

SI— Drawing to Scale —Simple Lessons. 



S3 — Drawing to Scale — More Advanced. 
Tl — MechanicaL— Initiatory Subjects. 
T2— Details of Tool e 
T3— Working Drawings, Mechanics, A<'- 
T4— Details of Machines, &c. 



PERSPECTIVE-MODEL DRAWING-SHADING (14 Numbers). 



L 1 —Perspective.— Definitions, &e. 

V2— Picture Plane, Ground Plane. 

V'i— " Circles, Pyramids, Objects. 

l '*— ll Squares, Cylinders, Objects. 

VI— Model and Object Drawing— Simple. 

V2— Model and Object.— Advanced. 

V3— Model and Object.— Advanced. 



V 4— Model and Object.— Advanced. 

W— Shaded Models. 

XI— Shaded Ornaments.— Easy Shading. 

X2 — Shaded Ornaments. — Simple Shading. 

X3 — Shaded Ornaments. — Advanced. 

Yl— Architectural.— Plans and Sections. 

Y2— Architectural— Elevations and Details. 



COMPLETE EDITION, IN EIGHTEEN PARTS, EACH PART COMPLETE IN ITSELF. 
B - v Par t 40 cents. 



No. 1. 



-Elementary. 

-Objects. 

-Plants. 

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1 HBYS \N rHEMUM PANE! 

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No. U96a. -Study for China Painting 

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N.. 31 , -ROS*, » W.™^™^ &I ae ^~ (Companion ,o tne Vio.ets,; 





No. 316. - The Favorites— 

amerk w Beaut* Roses 

' loi : by Paul de 

Longpre; siz.-. 11x26 inches 

Price, :; i rents. 



No. 313.— Madonna. Water Color; 
size, lOxlG^ inches. Price, 30 
cents. 



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No. 323.— Afterglow on 

Veneti w u aters. u a- 

1 "lor; size, 8x1414 

inches Price, 25 cents. 







I'ot ok Violi i- Water Color; bj Paul 
de Longpre* ; size, 11x16 inches. Price, 23 cents. 



No 804 a N Old Salt. Water Color ; size, 
ll l .jx!4 inches. Price, 25 centa 



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No. 105.— " King"- St. Bernard. Oil; size 
inches. Price, 85 cents. 




No. 296.-Sheep Pasture. Oil; size, llxl4L£ 
inches, Price, U5 cents, 





No. 143— Brown Percheron Horse, Oil; 
size, 20Uxl4 inches. Price, 30 cents. 




No. 298.— Study for China Painting in the 
Delft Style. Size, 1 1x14^ ins. Price, 15c. 



No. 330,-In Time of Roses Water Color; 

size, 11x15 inches. Price, 35 







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No. 837.— Chrysanthemums. Water Color; by 
Paul de Longpre ; size, 13x16^ in. Price, 86c. 



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NO. 238.-AMER.CAN BEAUTY AND WHITE LILACS. 



Size, 16x8 in.; by Paul de I. 





*>ngpre. Price, 86 cents. 




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-V I 'AM 

hes. Price* 



No. 09O.^Thb Last Load. Size. 16x11 Inc] 



L. 



rassat ; Price, 30 cents. 



riches ; by Vej- 







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88. — Lilies of the Valley. 
izf, 11x12 inches; by Patty 
hum. Price, 20 cents. 



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I L— Panel of Swallows 
Size, 5>i x i » - inches Price 
20 cents. 



No. 1 19 - Swau 0W8. 
inchea : by Helena 
Price, 30 cents. 



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No. 32.— Cat Asleep. siz»-, i6xii inches: by J. H. Pnipu. 
Price, 30 cents. 




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No. 121.— Panel ok Swallows 
Size, 5)4x16 incite* Price 

20 cents. 




No. 250.— Decorative Pish. Size, iixio 
inchea I ata 




No. 158.— Ok am; ks 



Nos. 211, 212 -Study op a Cow llxWinchee: by James M. * Hxfi inches • by Maud 

Hart; oil; (two stages of the painting.) Price, au Price, S ( ,nts. 



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No. 834.— Apple Blossoms. Size, I6x! 



>s9H inches ; by Paul De Lougpre 
Price, 30 cents. 




No. 346, -The Streamlet by the Watside. Size, 16x11 Inches ; by 
D P. Hasbrouck. Price, 30 cents. 




«»■ 8W.— Carn \ noNfi Sfte, 16x8i^ inches ; by Paul De Lougpre, 
Price, 25 cents. 




No. 28n —American Beau- 
ty Roses Size, 84x8u 
in ; by F. V Redmond; 
in two stages of paint- 
ing.) Price, 40 cents. 




— Ikis. Size, i>4x 
*H in.; by F. V. Red- 
mond; (in two stages of 
painting.) Price, 40 eta 






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No. 2401— Titmice Sizr. i-jl.,\;u 
inches; by Giaeoxnelli. Price, 
■- , ' I cents. 




No 869.— APOBTRATPINOlL. Size, 

11x16 inches; by Albert Lynch 

Price, 30 cents. 




No - 263. -Sunset in Connecticut. Size 
11x16 inches; by A. Huser. Price, 30 




No. 232. Nasturtiums, size. 16x7^ baches; »>y L. s. 



Kellogg. Price, 26 cents 




3 PUZZLED. Size, 11x16 inches; by 
J. a. Brown. Price, 80 cents. 




No. 281.— A Modern Madonna. Size, 11x16 
inches; by Conrad Kissel. Price, 30 cents. 



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No 230 K imk Ldironda< k^ Size mifi 
inches by \ !■ rait Pric, 




No - ^—Afterglow. Size Hi vi.li/ i, * 
by f k vr r » /. ■-••^ lnl -'j inches: 

> *■ k. m. Kehn. Price, 25 cents. 



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No. 210.— Midsummer Siz 

by James M Hart. p r 




No. m -By the Lane. Size, 16x11 inches- broad 



20 cents 




ffo. 145 - 



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Fh« Old Bom 



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r.AI). Mzt', ] J \', iniJi.H ■ 

razer. Price, 20 cents 



Ho 870 In Pckfle and Gold. Size, 12x8 
inches; by Maud stumm. Pri<-e, i*i 
cents 






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No 288 — mmmer Noon on the Mohaw k. Size, 16x11 
inches; byWalterGay. Price, 30 centa 




No. 250.— Trial Trip of the Volunteer. Size, 16x11 
inches; by E. M. Bickuell. Price, 30 cents 





No. 257.— Peonies. Size, lisifi incl 
Paul de Lougpre. Price, 30 cents. 




Ko. 283.— R03ES and Lilacs. Size, 11x16 inches ; 
by P. De Longpre. Price, 30 cents. 



No 283.— Poppies Size. TUxlrt li 
by Paul de Louepre. Price 



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9x10 inch, Smooth. White Finish. Used in Place of Plaster Casts. 













SELECTIONS FROM SERIES A AND B. 





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Series A.— Elementary Subjects : Blocks, Lozenges, Borders, Stars, Panels 



etc. 12 Models in set. 



B.— Progressive: Borders, Rosettes, Ogee, Leaves and Ornaments. 
12 Models in set 



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1.50 



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and Minerva, Heads of Young Augustus, Paris, Apollo, and A 

Young Egyptian ,, j ?5 

Heads, separate, of Series C Each 20 

D.— Heads: No. 1, Venus of Milo ; No. 2, Diana; No. 3, Achilles; 
No. 4, Antinous; No. 5, Sappho; No. 6, Young Girl; No. 7, 
Faun ; No. 8, Agrippa ; No. 9, Ulysses ; No. 10, Caracalla ; 

No. 11, Venus of the Capitol ; No. 12, Thalia By set, 2.00 

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American Drawing flodels— Continued. 

MADE OF WOOD. 

No. 6991 (Set No 1), consists of the followin 

1. Sphere. 4 in. diameter. 

2. Cone. Base. 4 in. diameter, altitude. 
8 in. 

3. Cylinder. Base, 4 in., altitude 8 in. 

4. Cone in Sections. Base, 4 in., alti- 
tude, 8 in. 

5. Cube. Side, 4 in. 

6. Oblong Block. 4 in. square, length, 
length 8 in. 

7. Triangular Prism. Side of base, 4 
in., length of prism, 8 in,, base, equi- 
lateral 

8 Hexagonal Prism. Diagonal of base, 
4 in., length of prism, 8 in., base, regular. 

9. Rectangular Pyramid. Side of base, 
4 in., altitude, 8 in. 

10. Hexagonal Pyramid. Diagonal of 
base, 4 in., altitude of Pyramid, 8 in. 

11. Square block. 6 in. square, 2 in. 
thick. 

12. Disk. 6 in. diameter, 2 in. thick. 

13. Flight of four steps. 1 in. rise, H 
in. tread, width, 6 in, 

14. Double Cone. Altitude, 8 in., 
diameter at junction of cones, 1 in. bases 
of cones, 4 in. 

Packed in a Wood Box 



pieces : (See drawing on page 194 ) 

15. Cross. 6 in., made of f in stuff. 

16. Triangular Frame. Equilateral 
Triaugle of in., side, -J in. stuff. 

17. Square Frame. 6 in. square, J in. 
stuff. 

18. Pentagonal Frame. Outerpentagon 
inscribed in a circle of 6 in. , | in. stuff. 

19. Hexagonal Frame. Side of 3 in , 
J in. stuff. 

2D Circular Frame. Square in section, 
6 in. diameter, -J in. stuff. 

21 Circular Ring. Circular in section, 
6 in. diameter. 

22. Double Cross, 

23. Skeleton Cube 
stuff. 

24. Oblong Frame, 
Bquare, $ in. stuff. 

25. Square Frame and 
square, J in. stuff. Circle inscribed. 

26. Hexagonal Disk. 2 in. thick, 6 iu. 
diagonal. 

27. 28, 29. Three selected vases. 
80. Adjustable Model Stand. Top and 

bottom, 12J in. square. 



12 



, J in. stuff. 
in. side, J in. 

in. long, 6 in. 

Rimr. 6 in. 



.Each set, $20.00 



Prices of Separate Models. 

No. 1,11.10; No. 2,75c.; No. 3,45c.; No. 4, $1.00; No. 5,40-.; No. 6, 40c; No. 7,45c.; No. 8,75c; No. 9, 75c. 
No. 10, $1.00; No. 11,45c. No. 12,45c; No. 13,75c.; No. 14, $1.00; No 15, $1.00; No. 16, $1.00; No. 17, $1.00; 
No. 18, $1.00; No. 19, $1.00; No. 20. $1.00 ; No. 21, $100; No. 22. $100; No. 83, $1.00; No. 2 1, $1.00; No. 25, $1.00; 
No. 26, 75c; No. 27, $1.50; No. 28, $1.50; No. 29, $1.50, No. 30, $2.50. 



Graded Drawing Hodels, Solids. 

MADE OF WOOD. 

Specially designed for the teaching of Form and of Drawing in Primary and Grammar Schools. 




Set No. 6995. 



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Graded Drawing Models. Solids — Continued. 

Set No. 6995— For First Primary Year.— This set contains the following six solids in 
three sizes, each size put up separately in a handsome box : 

Sphere. Cylinder. Square Prism. 

Cube. Hemisphere. Right-angled Triangular Prism. 

Group A. — Teachers' size, one each, sphere 4 inches in diameter. .$4.00 

" B.— Pupils' " ten " " 2 " " 3.00 

C— " " twenty lt " 1 " " 3.00 

Complete set $10.00 



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GROUP A. GROUP B. GROUP C. 

SET NO. 6996. 

Set No. 6996— For Second Primary Year.— This set contains the following six solids in 
three sizes, each size put up separately in a handsome box : 

Equilateral Triangular Prism. Ellipsoid. 

Square Pyramid. Ovoid. 

Cone. Vase. 

Group A. — Teachers' size, one each, cone 4x8 inches $4.50 

'* B.— Pupils' "ten " "2x4 " 4.00 

" C— " " twenty k< tl 1x2 " 3.50 

Complete set $12 00 

Set No. 6997— For Third and Fourth Years.— This set contains one each of the follow- 
ing seven solids, diameter of sphere 4 inches, put up in a handsome box ■ 

Sphere, halved and quartered. Hexagonal Prism. Vase (a). 

Cube, quartered diagonally. Octagonal Prism. Vase (b). 

Pentagonal Prism. 

Complete set $6.50 



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^S£S& 



MODELING STANDS. 

(See Drawing above.) 
Black Walnut, 42 to 48 in. high, rotary platform, zinc covered. 
Pine, stained, 42 to 48 ll " " 



.Each, $14.00 
. " 10.00 



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Sculptors' flodeling materials— Continued. 

THE ELWELL & BREWSTER MODELING TOOLS. 

Manufactured by F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co. 



Used in the Modeling Classes of the National Academy of Design and Art Students 
League, and by the principal teachers of modeling in New York City. 



E. <fc B. No. 6. 




E. & B. No. 4. 




E. B., No. 1 Each, $1.00 

E. B., " 2 " 1.00 

E. B., " 3 " -85 



E. B., No. 4 Each, $ .25 

E. B., " 5 " -70 

E. B., " 6 il 2.00 



BONE MODELING TOOLS. 
For Clay or Wax. 

Various Patterns, 8 inches long 



.By doz. $3 00 



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COCOA WOOD MODELING TOOLS. 
For Clay or Wax. 




Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 By dnz , $2.40 



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Sculptors' Modeling Materials — Continued. 

BOXWOOD MODELING TOOLS. 

For Wax or Clay. 

6 in. Tools numbered from 30 up ; 8 in. Tools numbered from 60 up. 




Nos. 42 and 72. 



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BOXWOOD MODELING TOOLS- Continued. 

For Wax or Clay. 




Nos. 49 and 79. 




Nos. 48 and 78. 



Nos. 51 and 81. 

Each tool numbered. Special patterns made to order in quantities. 

Nos. 30 to 51—6 inches long B y doz - $1-00 

" 60 to 81— 8 " •' " a - 50 



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STEEL MODELING TOOLS, 

For Clay or Plaster. 




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Sculptors' Modeling Materials— Continued. 

STEEL MODELING TOOLS. 
For Clay or Plaster. 

(See balance of Drawings on page 202.) 




WIRE MODELING TOOLS. 
For Clay or Plaster. 

VARIOUS PATTERNS OF EACH SIZE. 




—m 

Nos. 220 to 224— 6 inches long By doz. $3.75 

14 230 to 234- 8 " '*' 4.50 

" 240 to 244— 10 " " 6.00 

KNIVES. 
For Moulding. 

CONCAVE ON ONE SIDE, CONVEX ON THE OTHER 




No. 400—4 incbes long By doz. $C>.00 

" 405-5 " " 6.50 



No. 410—6 inches long By doz. $7.50 

" 415—7 " " 0.00 






No. 490—10 inches long By doz. $5.65 

" 495—12 " .... " 6.50 

« 500—15 ■' .... " 14.40 



CALIPERS. 

No. 505—18 inches long. . . By doz. $18.00 
" 510—21 " ... " 22.50 

" 520—24 " ... u 27.00 



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DIVIDERS. 



No. 535—10 in. long By doz. $6.30 

" 540—12 " " 8.00 

M 545—15 " " 12.25 



No. 550—18 in. long By doz. $16.25 

" 555—24 " " 37.60 

" 565—30 4( ' 57.00 



WIRE SKELETONS. 
(On which to build Models.) 



" 640— One-Sixth 


iii 


" 645 — One-Seventh 


10i 


11 650-One-Eighth 


8i 


«■ 651— One-Tenth 


6* 


11 652— One-Twelfth 


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high Each, $1.80 

1.50 
1.20 
1.05 
1.00 
.90 



WIRE SKELETONS OF HORSES. 



No. 675 Each, $1.50 

11 676 " 2.00 



No. 677 Each, $2.25 

" 678 " 2 50 



F. W. DEVOE & CO'S MODELING WAX. 
In Half=Pound Blocks. 

Red, Green, Light Grey, Dark Grey, Maroon, Brown, Buff, Scarlet By lb. $1.00 

FRENCH MODELING WAX. 
In Sticks, 



Brown, Soft By lb. $1.25 

Firm " 1.50 



Vermilion, Firm By lb. $1.75 

White, Firm " 150 



MODELING CLAY. 

In Boxes, 5 or 10 lbs By i D# g c> 

In Kegs or Barrels * . 5 Cp 

MODELING PLASTER. 

In Cans, 5 or 10 lbs By \\y g c> 

In Kegs or Barrels u 

F. W. DEVOE & COS COMPOSITE MODELING WAX. 

A new plastic material and substitute for modeling clay and wax. Always remains 
soft and pliable. 

In 1, Sand 10-lb Cans By lb. $ .45 | In Bulk ....$ .40 



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SCULPTORS' POINTING INSTRUMENT, 

Steel Bars and Points, Brass Joints, Nickel Plated. 




DF^riuPTioN —This instrument is used for transferring from one material to another, by carving— 
as a J£5?5*toto " ™ « insists of a bar 60 inches lung <*^*>^ 

lengths, united with a screw joint), and a shorter cross-bar 1, ^^f.^^^^'f 8 *^ Sstable 
At each of the three extremities is a Perpendicular sliding pom t, or leg^aajuscaDJie 



the shape of a T- At eacn or me mreo ciucmn,.^ »c ~ *—**-- *CT^«»ia ^f .. 't»-inii»iA lAr^nr or 

imm ova P Wy by tightens a thu^crew-Jheee ^J™jK*&tt£ltt&'E5£ 



smaller, as the points may be adjusted. 

toiX'SS^™^^™*™ ™*"« tms^eedfe-can be made to read an, poi-t in space 

(not beyond its reaching distance), and firmly adjusted there. 



ting iVa shar-p-pointed needle; the whole so united by ban-and-socket-joints (with^a^thumb-scr^w attach 



Each. 



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Etching Tools and Materials. 

BEST FRENCH MAKE. 



No. I. 



No. 2. 




No. 9. 




No. 11. 



No. 1— Steel Etching Needle, Ebony Handle, various sizes Each, $ .55 



2— " Conical Point, Ebony Handle, various sizes. 

3— Steel Dry Point, Double, Cork Handle 

4— Steel Scraper, Double Blade, Steel Point, Ebony Handle 

5— " " " Broad Ebony Pointed Handle 

6— All Steel Scraper, Single Blade, Pointed Handle 

7— " " Double " " 

8— " u Narrow Double Blade 

9— Steel Scraper, Double Blade, Walnut Handle 

10— " Single " » ' 

H— " Triangular Pointed, Small, Rosewood Handle 

12- " " " Medium, 

13- " « " Large, 



.40 

.40 

1.15 

1.15 

.65 

.SO 

.40 

.80 

,65 

1.60 

1.70 

1.80 



?£•>' i-'£ 



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No. it. 




No. 15 



ho. 16. 



No. 18. 



No. 14— All Steel Burnisher, Double, Round Pointed Handle Each, $ .60 



15— " " Curved to Side, Round Pointed Handle 

16 — " " H Convex, Round Pointed Handle 
17 — Steel Burnisher, Round Point, Rosewood Handle 

18— " ( )val " Small, Rosewood Handle 

19— tl " " Medium, " 

20— ** " " Large, '• 

21— " » «« Extra Large, " 



.60 
.60 
.90 
.65 

.80 

.90 

1.00 




No. 22. 



No. 22— Steel Compasses, various sizes Each, $1.25 




No. 23. 



No. 23— Hand Vise, 1 in. to 1£ in. wide. 



.Each, $1.25 



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No, 26. 



No. 2d. 






No. 29. 



No. 30. 



No. 88. 



-Engraving Needles, Roimd, long Wood Handle Each, $ .25 

" " without Handle " .10 

Points, Square, long Wood Handle 44 .30 

44 without Handle " .12 

Round , Angular, long Wood Handle " .30 

Tongue Shape, 4t " .... " .30 

-Roulettes, for Tinting, various, Nos. 1 to 10 " 1.10 

" Skies, '« " 25 to 33 " .95 

4< " Dotting " 1.45 

-Ruling Pen - 1,55 

-Pointllolders, adjustable, Round Points " .90 

Square 44 ,. " 1.00 

-Etching Diamond, Wood Handle " 3. '25 

-Writing " •« " 4.60 

-Point Holder, with Set Screw, adjustable " .55 

-Steel Graver, Diamond Shape, unmounted " .25 

Square u " " .25 

-Diamond Holder »■ 1.60 

-Universal " for Gravers " .90 

-Rockers, 2 inches wide, either 26, 40, 52, or 72 Teeth to an inch 44 



COPPER PLATES -Best American Rolled. 



Size, 3}*4| in Each, $ .30 

41 4£ x8§ " < 4 .70 

44 6jx9£ " " 1.20 

44 8 xll " " 1 80 



Size, 9J x 12} in . .Each, $2.60 

41 9£xl4| " " 3.00 

44 10 xl5§ '• M 3.25 

" 12 xl8 » - * 4 4.50 



Odd sizes made to order. 



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COPPER PLATES. 

American, Square Edge-For Practice. 

2J x 3J inches By doz. $1.80 | 3^ x 5 inches Bydoz., $3.60 

2 i x4 i H " 2.50 I 4^x5^ " " 4.80 

INK, FOR PRINTING. 

Best Black or Brow n. 2 oz. Jar- By Jar - 





KUBBER ROLLEB. 



Black Etching Ground, in Balls, wrapped in Silk 
White 

Walling Wax, in Cakes. 

Dabbers 



.Each, 



Rubber Rollers, for laving Ground, 1J inch wide " 

Candles, for Smoking" ■« 

Black Stopping-out Varnish, 2 oz. bottles . By bottle, 

Liquid Ground, 1 " 

Nitric Acid, 4 '• " 

Alcohol 2 4k 



BLACK JAPANNED TRAYS. 



4j x 5i inches Each, $ .30 

5}x8J " " .40 

: <9 " " .45 



10 x 12 inches Each, 

12 x 15 " . . . . " 

15x18 " " 



s .25 
.25 
.25 
.25 
1.00 
.25 
.25 
.40 
.M 
.20 



( .75 
1.50 



HARD RUBBER TRAYS. 



4 - 5 inches Each, $ .85 

5 : " " l.io 

7x9 »« " 1.50 



10J ■ 12J inches Each, $3.65 

13 xlG " lt 4.75 

15 x 18 " " C.75 



OUTFITS. 

Outfit A. — Walnut Oiled Box, 7x11 in. Containing Copper Plate, 4Jx6| in.: Etching 
Needles Nos. 1 and 2; Burnisher No. 18; Scraper No. 7; Dabber ; Oil Stone; Ja- 
panned Tray; Nitric Acid ; Alcohol; Turpentine; Black and White Ground ; Trac- 
ing Paper and Sponge. Each $9.00 

Outfit B.— Same as Outfit A, but in Japanned Tin Box. Each $7.50 

Outfit C — Walnut Oiled Box, 7x11 in. Containing Copper Plate, 4Jx6{ in.; Etching 
Needles Nos. 1 and 2; Dry Point No. 3; Oval Burnisher No. 19: Scraper No. 12; 
Square Engraver's Point No. 26 ; Vise No. 23 ; Black and White Ground ; Dabber ; 
Candle ; Tray ; Eye-Glass ; Oil Stone ; Stopping-out Varnish ; Nitric Acid and 
Alcohol. Each $13.50 



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F. W. Devoe & Co's Indelible Tapestry Colors or Dyes. 

These colors are put up in concentrated form, and are to be diluted with the Tapestry 
Medium, thus giving a variety of shades of each color. The Medium is used with the 
Colors the same as water is used with water colors ; that is, a sufficient quantity is used 
to give the shade desired. After the painting is finished it must be steamed, to fix and 
make the colors permanent, bringing out their brilliancy. This insures the permanencv 
of the painting; and when thus fixed, they can, if required, be scrubbed with soap and 
water, without the colors undergoing any change either in tone or brilliancy. The 
steaming can be done at any dyeing establishment, or as described in * 'Tapestry Painting." 

No. 1. Lemon Yellow. No. 7. Antwerp Blue. No. 13. Violet. 

2. Raw Sienna. 8. French Blue. 14. Purple. 

3. Oarage. 9. Indigo Blue, No. 1. 15. Brown, No. 1. 

4. Crimson. 10. Indigo Blue, No. 2. 16. Brown, No. 2. 

5. Vermilion. 11. Emerald Green. 17. Black. 

6. Maroon. 12. Blue Green. 

1% oz. bottles By doz., $3.00 

Tapestry Medium, pint bottles By bottle, $ .40 

Tracing Wheels, for Perforating Patterns Each, .25 

Pricking Needle, for Perforating Patterns << .30 

Powdered Charcoal, in £-lb. boxes By box, .10 



Tapestry Canvas, 

For Painting Imitations of Ancient and Modern Tapestries, Wall Decorations, 

Hangings, Window and Theatre Curtains, Upholstery, Panels, etc. 

No. 12. 82 inches wide, coarse grain By yard, $3.00 

11 13. 82 " Cotton Reps, fine ribbed - ' 4*00 

14.120 " " coarse ribbed ♦« 7.00 

" 15B 56 " Gobelins, fine stitch ][[[[ « 2^00 

" 16. 120 " " coarse stitch «< 7.00 

18 - 120 " grey tint, coarse stitch << 6.00 

" 19- 82 " Cotton Reps, fine ribbed " u 4^75 

" 20. 82 " Gobelins, " extra fine " 6.00 

21. 120 " " coarse stitch <* 6 00 

il 21B. 56 »' extra coarse stitch << 200 

"120. 36 " " fineribbed " h25 

"250. 82 " Woolen, Gobelins, fine ribbed " 6 50 

" 260. 55 " " " « 4( 400 

" 27 °- 87 " - - - ."."."."!.'."."!!!!.\'!!!!!i « s!oo 

" 280. Roman— inches wide, 29 32 38 44 47 56 

% yard, $ .60 S5 To" ^5 LOO 00 

" 51 Cotton Duck, 40 inches wide . . 30 

"52 " 40 " ....... ........[ - "45 

Nos. 250, 260 and 270 are especially prepared for using the Liquid Indelible Dyes, and 
are the only numbers to be used when the painting is to be steamed. 

All other numbers can be used when the painting is not to be steamed. 



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Pyrography Materials. 

PLATINUM POINTS-Superior Quality. 



SHAPE A. 

Platinum Points, Sbape A, B or C 



.Each, $4.25 




Metal Handle, cork covered Each, $1.00 

Rubber Bellows ■* \ jq 

Metal Union, with Rubber «< 35 

Rubber Tubing, in 3 feet lengths By foot, .5 

Bottles Each, ' .12 

Lamps t* 25 

Hand Book, " Pyrography ; or, Burnt Wood-Etching," by Mrs. Maude " .50 

PYROGRAPHY OUTFITS. 

Outfit No. 1.— Consists of White Wood Box, size 8£ x 5£ x 4| inches (which can be used 
to decorate or practice upon) ; 1 metal handle ; 1 Platinum Point (shape A) ; 1 Bottle 
for Gasoline ; Rubber Bellows; Rubber Tubing; Metal Union; Alcohol Lamp and 
Directions. 

Price $7.50 

Outfit No. 2. — As above, with additional Platinum Point B Price, $11.75 

Outfit No. 3. — Same as Outfit No. 1, but contains in addition, Points B and C, " 16.00 






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"FLORENTINE FRESCO COLORS.'' 



^sco cot? 

I COBALT BLl^l 

fttJ tA W r A.CTUflEDtf t 



For Artists, Decorators, Scene Painters, and for 
General Decorating. 

Put up in Improved Jars see Drawing above). 

F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO., 

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FLORENTINE FRESCO COLORS. 



SPECIALLY PREPARED FOR FRESCO AND SCENE PAINTING. 

These are carefully selected Superfine Colors, and prepared in a pulp state, without 
Glue or Sizing, for the use of Fresco and Scene Painters. They are finely ground, and 
will be found much more desirable than the usual Distemper Colors. 

The Colors are packed in round, clear white Glass Jars, spring metal tops. The Jars 
are of one size, about 4J inches high, by 2J inches diameter. 



Antwerp Blue .By 

Antwerp Green 

Blue Black ■ 

Bremen Blue. . 

Brown Ochre ' 

Caledonian Brown 

Canary Yellow. ' 

Carmine Lake 

Carnation Lake 

Cobalt Blue ' 

Crimson Lake ' 

Chrome Green — Light ' 

Chrome Green — Medium ... ' 

Clirome Green — Deep. . ' 

Chrome Yellow— Light ' 

Chrome Yellow — Medium... ' 

Chrome Yellow— Deep ■ 

Chrome Orange " 

Chinese Violet 

Claret Brown 4 

Cremnitz White *' 

Dresden Lake 

Drop Black t( 

Dutch Pink " 

Emerald Green ' 

English Vermilion— Pale * 

English Vermilion— Deep ... •' 

Florence Lake ' 

French Zinc White ' 

Geranium Lake " 

Gold Ochre 4I 

Green Lake ■ 

Imperial Madder— Light " 

Imperial Madder— Deep *' 

Indigo " 

Indian Red " 

Italian Burnt Sienna " 

Italian Raw Sienna " 



jar, 



t> .75 
.65 
.20 
.40 
.22 
25 
1.20 
.80 
.90 
.50 
.75 
.30 
.30 
.30 
.30 
.30 
.30 
.30 
.60 
.35 
.37 
.75 
.15 
.20 
.33 



.60 

.20 

.75 

.22 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

1.25 

.20 

.15 

.15 



Italian Blue By jar, $ .50 

Italian Vandyke Brown " .15 

Ivory Black " .15 

Japan Rose «' ,50 

Magenta Lake " .40 

Maroon Lake " .50 

Mauve Lake " 1.00 

Milori Yellow " .75 

Milori Green— Light '• .75 

Milori Green— Medium " .75 

Milori Green — Deep " .75 

Mountain Blue ' 4 .40 

Naples Yellow " .50 

Olive Green — Light " .40 

Olive Green — Deep " .40 

Old Gold " .40 

Permanent Crimson " .50 

Permanent Maroon " .50 

Permanent Orange " .45 

Permanent Scarlet " .50 

Prussian Blue " .32 

Roman Ochre " .24 

Salmon Yellow " .60 

Scarlet Lake " 1.85 

Solferino Lake " .60 

Terra Cotta " .40 

Turkey Burnt Umber u .15 

Turkey Raw Umber ,l .15 

Turkey Red— Light ' .40 

Turkey Red— Deep " .40 

Ultramarine Blue " .25 

Ultramarine Green— Light. . * 4 .46 

Ultramarine Green — Deep... lt .46 

Ultramarine Violet " .60 

Venetian Red '* .15 

Verona Green " .30 

Yellow Lake 4 * .50 

Yellow Ochre M .15 






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Fresco and Decorative Water Colors. 




For Fresco and Scene Painting. 

CAREFULLY PREPARED AND GROUND IN WATER, WITHOUT SIZING. 
Put up in Improved Jars see Drawing above). 



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FRESCO AND DECORATIVE WATER COLORS. 

Carefully Prepared and Ground in Water, without Sizing. 
FOR FRESCO, SCENE PAINTING AND DESIGNING. 

These Colors may safely be depended upon for tinting power as well as durability. 
Close attention lias been paid to secure uniformity of shade. 

They are put up in Glass Jars, with close-fitting Patent Spring Metal Tops. The Jars 
are uniform in size, about 4 inches high by 2f inches diameter. 



Antwerp Blue By 

Antwerp Green c 

Blue Black ' 

Bremen Blue 4 

Brown Ochre * 

Caledonian Brown * 

Canary Yellow ' 

Carmine Lake 

Carnation Lake 

Cobalt Blue 4 

Crimson Lake 

Chrome Green — Light ' 

Chrome Green — Medium ... ' 

Chrome Green — Deep ' 

Chrome Yellow— Light ' 

Chrome Yellow— Medium. . . ' 

Chrome Yellow— Deep ■ 

Chrome Orange ' 

Chinese Violet ' 

Claret Brown. ' 

Cremnitz White 4 

Dresden Lake 

Drop Black ' 

Dutch Pink ' 

Emerald Green 4 

English Vermilion— Pale 4 

English Vermilion— Deep — ' 

Florence Lake 4 

French Zinc White 

Geranium Lake 4 

Gold Ochre ' 

Green Lake ' 

Imperial Madder— Light ' 

Imperial Madder— Deep ' 

Indigo 

Indian Red 

Italian Burnt Sienna . . ' 

Italian Raw Sienna ' 



jar 



$ .75 
.65 
.20 
.40 
.22 
.25 
1.20 
.80 
.90 
.50 
.75 
.30 
.30 
.30 
.30 
.30 
.30 
.30 
.60 
.35 
.37 
.75 
.15 
.20 
.33 



.60 

.20 

.75 

.22 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

1.25 

.20 

.15 

.15 



Italian Blue By jar, 

Italian Vandyke Brown " 

Ivory Black " 

Japan Rose " 

Magenta Lake " 

Maroon Lake.. . . H 

Mauve Lake " 

Milori Yellow " 

Milori Green— Light . " 

Milori Green— Medium *' 

Milori Green — Deep 44 

Mountain Blue " 

Naples Yellow " 

Olive Green — Light u 

Olive Green— Deep M 

Old Gold " 

Permanent Crimson " 

Permanent Maroon.. " 

Permanent Orange 4l 

Permanent Scarlet " 

Prussian Blue 4t 

Roman Ochre 44 

Salmon Yellow ' 4 

Scarlet Lake 4l 

Solferino Lake 44 

Terra Cotta t4 

Turkey Burnt Umber 4t 

Turkey Raw Umber " 

Turkey Red— Light . . " 

Turkey Red— Deep l4 

Ultramarine Blue " 

Ultramarine Green — Light.. 44 

Ultramarine Green — Deep. . . '* 

Ultramarine Violet li 

Venetian Red tl 

Verona Green ' 4 

Yellow Lake ' 4 

Yellow Ochre " 



.50 
.15 
.15 
.50 
.40 
.50 

1.00 
.75 
.75 
.75 
.75 
.40 
.50 
.40 
.40 
.40 
.50 
.50 
.45 
.50 
.32 
.24 
.60 

1 85 
.60 
.40 
.15 
.15 
.40 
.40 
.25 
.46 
.46 
.60 
.15 
.30 
.50 
.15 



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NEW SERIES 



FRESCO 5TENCILS. 

Made of Extra Quality Oiled Board, Flexible and of Extra Strength. 
READY FOR USE. 



No. Each. Xo. Each. 

500 $ .35 549 

501 25 550 

502 30 551 

503 20 552 

504 .25 553 

505 20 554 

506 35 555 

507 35 556 .. 

508 35 557 

509 30 558 

510 20 559.. 

511 35 560 

512 25 561 

513 20 562 ... . 

514 35 563....'.!".."."!; 

515 50 564 .. 

516 50 565 !!'*" 

517 35 566 . . . 

518 30 567 . 

510 25 563 ..!!! 

520 50 569 . 

521 40 570 

522 30 571... 

523 50 572 

524 .65 573 !! 

525 65 574 [[[ 

5 *6 12 575 

527 90 576 

528 50 577 

529 .30 578 

530 30 579 

531 40 580 

532 25 581 

533 30 582 

534 90 583 

535 r>:> 584 

536 65 585 

537 18 586 

538 15 587 

539 20 588 

540 18 589 

541 25 590 

542 25 591... 

543 25 592 

544 40 593 

545 40 594 

546 40 595 

547 35 596 !*"' 

548 20 597 

Note.— The Stencils do not, in all cases, include the entire 
tion. They have been partly continued to give finish to the desi 
when completed. 



$ .18 
.35 
.45 
.45 
.50 
1.00 
.85 
.20 
.35 
.35 
1.00 
.20 
.10 
.10 
.10 
.25 
.55 
.35 
.45 
.90 
.10 
.25 
.85 
.35 
.60 
.60 
.50 
.50 
.50 
.50 
.40 
.45 
.30 
.15 
.15 
.60 
.20 
.90 
.15 
.90 
.25 
.45 
.20 
.10 
.10 
.10 
.10 
.10 
.10 



No. Each. 

598 $ .10 

599 10 

600.. 10 

601 10 

602 25 

603 15 

604 25 

605 10 

606 io 

607 .15 

608 15 

609 10 

610 10 

611 15 

612 .45 

613 30 

614 60 

615 20 

616 55 

617 18 

618 55 

619 85 

621.. 10 

622 15 

623 40 

624 25 

625 50 

626 .10 

627 10 

628 20 

629 20 

630 .10 

631 20 

632 16 

633 16 

634..... 16 

701 15 

702 15 

703 15 

726 20 

727 35 

728 40 

729 40 

730 25 

731 50 

909 40 

951 10 

952 10 

953 80 

design shown in illustra- 
gn and to show the effect 



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N9 534 WIDTH I8'if 535 WIDTH 10'J? N9 536 WIDTH III!? 

♦f I ♦ J" 538 WIDTH 3'" N9 539 WIDTH 3^'^ 540 WIDTH 3'» 

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N9 541 WIDTH 5'i? 



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N9 545 WIDTH 9 !" 



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615 61* 



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Fine Dry Colors, 

For Artists, Decorators, Scene Painters, Lithographers, Etc. 



Chinese White By lb. $ 

Cremnitz White— Cake " 

Powder, ... " 



WHITES. 

50 
30 
.30 



Flake White— English By lb. $ .30 

Silver White, Extra— Drops.. " .40 

Zinc White — French " 



Black Lake— Intense By lb. 

Blue Black — French " 

Cork Black " 

Frankfort Black " 



BLACKS. 



$2 00 

.50 

1.50 

.40 



Ivory Black, Super— Drops, .By lb. 

Lamp Black — Extra ' ■ 

Lithographic Black " 

Plate Black— Soft »« 



.25 



P .40 
.30 

1.50 
.60 



PURPLES 

Amaranth Lake— Super By lb. $6.50 

Berlin Red »« .80 

Brown Red- French *' .45 

Burnt Carmine kt 9.50 

Burnt Lake " 7 00 

Burnt Roman Ochre " .40 

Burnt Sienna— Drops " .35 

Impalpable. . . " .30 

Carmine No. 40 4t 

Carmine— Nacarat " 12.00 

Carmine Lake, Super— Drops. kl 1.50 

Chatemuc Lake — Lumps " .60 

Crimson Lake, Eng., Super — 

Drops " 5.50 

Crimson Lake, Eng., Extra — 

Drops " 2. 50 

Florentine Lake No. 1— Drops " 1.20 

« 2 " ■' .90 

Geranium Lake— Super •« 4.00 

" Extra " 3.00 

Fine " 2.00 

Indian Lake " 4 00 

Indian Red— Extra " .30 

Light Red— Extra tl .60 

Madder Carmine ' k 20.00 

Madder Lake— Light tl 10.00 

Deep " 12.00 

Magenta Lake, Super— Drops. " 2 50 

Extra " 4 2.25 

Maroon Lake — Powder " .70 

Mauve Lake— Reddish " 1.50 

Bluish " 1.50 

Mars Violet " 20.00 



AND REDS. 

Mars Red 

Munich Lake — Super 

11 Extra 

Fine 

Orange Vermilion 

Pink Madder, Super 

for Wax 

Purple Lake, Eng.- Extra. . . 

Pure Scarlet 

Rose Madder— Super 

for Wax— Light 

or Deep 

Rubens Madder 

Royal Purple 

Scarlet Lake, French, Super — 

Drops 

Scarlet Lake, French, Fine — 

Drops 

Scarlet Vermilion 

Solferino Lake, Super— Lumps 
Turkey Red— Light or Deep. . 

Terra Rosa— French 

Vermilion, Chinese 

" French 

" English— Light or 

Deep 

Venetian Red— Extra 

Vienna Lake 

Victoria Lake — Drops 

Violet, Ultramarine, Super — 

Bluish or Reddish 

Violet Carmine — Super 



By lb. 



14.50 
8.50 
6.00 
1 .50 
2.50 
7.25 
3.50 
3.75 

15 00 
9.00 

3.50 

20.00 

3.50 

4.00 

200 

2.50 

1.25 

.75 

.70 



.15 
.75 
.75 

.60 

26.00 



BLUES. 



Antwerp Blue, Super— Drops. By lb. $1.25 

Berlin " '• 1.25 

Bremen " " .90 

Blue Lake t4 3.00 

Blue Verdi ter— Extra " .40 

Cerulean Blue 4i 6 00 

Chinese " " 1.00 

Cobalt " Genuine— Super " 18.00 

Extra " 15 00 

Fine. " 13 50 

Celestial Blue " .13 

Cobalt Blue, Imit —Super ... " .50 



Indigo— Fine By lb. $2.75 

Italian Blue •■ .50 

Milori Blue " 1.40 

Mineral Blue " 2 00 

Paris Blue " 1.30 

Permanent Blue " 1.20 

Prussian '* Extra " .90 

Steel " »« 1.25 

Ultramarine Ash " 65,00 

Ultramarine French, Guimet's " 2.50 

14 Super... u 1.25 

Fine " .60 



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Fine Dry Colors— Continued. 



Chrome Green, Super — Light, 

Medium or Deep By lb 

Cobalt Green — Super i4 

Emerald u French " 

Emeraude Green, Extra •• 

Green Lake " 

Malachite Green— Extra ..... 4< 

Mineral tl " 

Milori " Super, French. 

Light, Medium or Deep ... ' l 
Milori Green, Fine — Light, 

Medium or Deep il 

Neuvider Greeu " 

Oxide of Chromium " 



GREENS. 

Permanent Green Light, Med- 

$ . 40 ium or Deep ..Bvlti $ . GO 

8.00 Paul Veronese Green %k 1.50 

.75 Sap Green " 3.50 

12.00 Terre Verte— French " .60 

1.50 Ultramarine Green — Light or 

12.00 Deep " .30 

1.00 Victoria Green " 

Verdigris — Cry stall zed " 1.35 

.90 Zinuober Green — Light, Med- 
ium or Deep " 1.00 

.70 Zinc Green, French— Light or 

.50 or Deep " 1.00 

8.00 



Asphaltum— Egyptian By lb 

Bistre u 

Bone Brown " 

Brown Pink " 

Brown Madder " 

Cassel Earth " 

Cologne " " 

Mars Brown— Extra " 

Mummy " 

Prussian Brown " 

Raw Umber— Drops u 



BROWNS. 

$ .20 Raw Umber— Impalpable By lb. $ .20 

,50 Burnt Sienna— Drops •• .35 

2.00 " Impalpable... " .BO 

3.50 Burnt Terre Verte " 1.0J 

10 00 Burnt Umber— Drops " .35 

.30 u ll Impalpable... '• .30 

.30 Cappali Brown «• 2.50 

13.00 Sepia, French -in Grains, for 

5.00 Water '« 3.00 

3.00 Vandyke Brown " .25 

.25 Verona " " 1.50 



Brilliant Yellow By lb 

Brown Ochre " 

Cadmium Yellow — Lemon... " 

Pale " 

" Medium.. " 

" Deep 4t 

11 Orange . . " 

Red " 

Capucine Madder %t 

Chrome Yellow, French — 

Light, Medium or Deep. ... " 
Chrome Yellow English — 
Light, Medium, Deep, or 

Orange " 

Chrome Red m 

Cabalt Yellow — Light, Deep, 

or Greenish * ' 

Citron Yellow— Powder u 

Dutch Pink " 

Gamboge — Lump or Powder. " 

Gaude Lake " 

Gold Ochre— "Light or Deep. . ■« 

Imperial Orange u 



YELLOWS. 

$ .90 Indian Yellow—Extra By lb. 

.25 Italian Pink.. " 

G 00 King's Yellow ... ■* 

G.OO Lemon Yellow— Extra ' 

G.00 Mars " » 

G.OO Mars Orange 

6.00 Milori Yellow. French— Light, 

G00 Medium, Deep or Oransre. . " 

15.00 Naples Yellow, French— Nos. 

0, 1, 2, 3, French, or Green- 

.70 ish " 

Oxford Ochre 

Perfect Yellow— Pale or Deep • k 

-70 Raw Sienna— Drops 4i 

•70 " Impalpable. ... l< 

Roman Ochre 

15.00 Yellow Lake, Extra— Drops. . " 

1.75 " Fine, '• .. M 

.20 Yellow Ochre— Drops 4t 

140 4t Impalpable. . u 

4.75 Yellow, Ultramarine 

.25 Yellow bladder 
6.00 Zinc Yellow 



26.00 
3.00 

1.00 
4.00 

13 00 
18.30 

.80 



.70 

.25 

2 50 

.30 

.35 
2.75 
1.80 

.30 

.25 

2.00 

15.00 

.75 



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IN PULP. 

Note. — These goods are made from the very best selected pigments, and are warranted 
for their strength and brilliancy. Made without sizing. Put up in 5, 10, 15 and 20-lb. 
Stone Jars or Wooden Buckets, and in Kegs. 



BLACKS. 

Bone Black By lb. $ .10 

Ivory Black " .16 

Black Lake '■ .20 

Velvet Black.. «« .25 

BLUES. 

Cobalt Blue .By lb. $ .50 

Indigo Blue ,( 1.40 

Steel Blue " .80 

Prussian Blue ' .40 

Ultramarine Blue " .40 

Purple Lake. ti .50 

Italian Blue " .40 

REDS. 

Turkey Red By lb. $ .60 

Indian Red •■ .20 

Solferino Lake ,l .50 

Rose Pink " .25 

Carmine Lake " .60 

Crimson Lake ' 100 

Maroon Lake, L.M.D. & D.D. " .60 

Carnation M .60 

Scarlet Lake M .75 

Carnation Paste " 150 



BROWNS. 

Burnt Turkey Umber By lb. $ .15 

Raw Turkey Umber ' .15 

Raw Italian Sienna " .15 

Burnt Italian Sienna " .15 

Vandyke Brown '• .14 

Brown Lake " .55 

GREENS. 
Brilliant Chrome G'n, L.M.D By lb. $ .30 

Green Lake, L. M. & D *" .60 

Turquoise Green " .60 

Malachite Green " .60 



YELLOWS. 

Chrome Yellow.L.M.D & O. 

French Ochre 

Dutch Pink 

Hoyt Lake 

Indian Yellow 

Japan Orange 



.By lb. $ 



WHITES. 

Flake White By lb. 

Cremnitz White . " 



.25 
.15 
.20 
.60 
.60 
.45 

.30 

.35 



Gilders' Cushions. 




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Fine Sheep, small By doz. $8.50 Fine Sheep, large By doz. $11.00 

medium " 9 50 



Gilders' Knives. 



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Cocoa Wood Handle, Single Edge By doz. $5.00 

Burnishers for Illumination. 



By doz. $8.00 




Straight By doz. $7.50 ] Various shapes. 



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AGATE. BRASS FERRULES, POLISHED HANDLES. 

By doz. $7.75 | No. 24 By doz. $7.75 No. 37 By doz. $5.50 

'22 1 : & :: ?-w •■ 43 ■■ 7.00 



7.00 I " 26, 
6.75 : • 33 



7.75 •« 44 
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Each Pack contains 20 " books M of 25 leaves each. 

Extra Deep By pack, $ I Pale By pack, $ 

Usual " Patent, Outside " 

Composition Leaf. 

Shade of Extra Deep Gold. 

Each Pack contains 20 " books" of 25 leaves each. 
3| inch By pack, $1.60 | Sf inch By pack, $1.80 

Silver Leaf. 

Each Pack contains 20 t( books " of 25 leaves each. 
By pack $ 185 

Aluminum Leaf. 

Each pack contains 10 ''books " of 50 leaves each. 
5 inch, trimmed By pack, $1.50 

Dutch Metal. 

Yellow, No. 3, 2520 leaves, By pack, $5,00 I Blue Elephant, 2520 leaves. Bv pack, $4.50 
White, 2520 " . " 6.00 Florence Leaf, 2.120 '« . « 4.25 

Fraser's Transfer Gold Leaf Pads. 

Strips any Width. 

Patented December 31, 1895. 

By this method, gold leaf is cut into strips, the strips made into pads of any width, 
from one half inch to full me saving time and trouble entailed by the old method. 

Fraser's Transfer Gold Leaf Pads are arranged in 100s, lightly fastened together to 
avoid slipping, so that when one leaf is used the next one comes instantly to hand, thus 
reducing the loss of time and labor to a minimum, and a saving of 25 to 50 per cent, in 
the quantity of gold leaf used. By this arrangement the leaf can be laid on almost as fast 
as one can move along the line of work. 

The paper carrying the gold strip has a blank stub at each end, thus avoiding waste 
by the gold adhering to the fingers. 

The triple saving of time, convenience and in the quantity of sold leaf used will 
warrant all users of gold leaf in giving the Patent Gold Leaf Pads a fair trial. 

Eaoh pad of 500 sheets, no matter what the width, contains 140 feet of gold leaf in 
length, and allowing a small percentage for waste, estimates can be made with accuracv. 

Sizes, h in., J in., 1 in,, 1{ in., 1£ in , If in., 2 in., 2^ in. Regular size. 
Priced list on application. 



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F. W. Devoe & Go's Gold Size. 




Oil Gold Size— in 1, 2, 3 and 5 lb cans Bv lb. $ .65 

" — in i lb. cans .. ;q 

—in double tubes ... '"" By doz. 2.00 

" —in quadruple tubes 4 00 

Fat Oil, for Gilders []] [ [ '] ]'[ "] ' [ ' '" '" ' ' [ ' By gal 4M 

in 2 oz. bottles B * v ; ioz . 2 .40 

Burnish Gold Size-in 1 lb glass jars (see drawing above) By Jar, .65 

" —in* lb '* " 

Quick Drying Gold Size— in £ pint cans Each, 35 

— in pint cans . . go 

—in quart cans u i 20 

Japan Gold Size— in £ pint cans .. 35 

" —in 1 pint cans « 55 

" —in 1 quart cans .. 1 2Q 

' ' —in 1 gallon cans « 4 50 

" -^ 2 oz. bottles [ . [[ [ [ \ ] " \\ "' "' " ' [ ' B doz 005 



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Liquid Gold Paints. 

In Polished Wooden Box. Brush and Instructions in each Box. 



(*FWD0fcE6G 

jDRAGoN 

J gold 

iW)| REPvDV MIXED 




G 0LD PAIN 

Ready mi* eD 

^ . ^MANUFACTURED * Y 

L& NEWYORK&.CUWA 60 J 



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F. W. DEVOE & CO'S LIQUID GOLD PAINT. 

By doz $3 00 

C. T. RAYNOLDS & COS LIQUID GOLD PAINT. 

Small size By doz. $3.00 | Large size By doz. $6 00 

The same in Pint Bottles. By bottle, 2.50 

COLUMBUS LIQUID GOLD PAINT. 
In Small Bottles, one dozen in Paper Box, with Brushes. 

By gross $15.00 

C. T, Raynolds & Co's Liquid Silver Paint. 

Small size By doz. $3.00 






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F. W. Devoe & Go's Gold Preparation. 

Superior Quality. Can be used wherever Gold Leaf is usually applied. 




(Fac-simileof Label on small size.) 

In packages— each containing one bottle of Powder and ore bottle of Liquid. Three 
shades— Pale, Deep, and Deep Red. 

Doz. pkgs. By d«»z 

Small size (see drawing) $3.00 Powder only— large size bott'es ^'4.5U 

Large size 6.00 Liquid " " " ll 1.50 



F. W. Devoe & Go's Silver Preparation. 

Same Style Packages as Gold Preparation. 

$3.00 | Large size By doz. $6.00 



Small size By 



"Peerless" Decorative Metallic Paints. 

For the ornamental decoration of wood, metal, paper, leather, pottery, plaster, stone, 
papier mache, Lincrusta-Walton, etc. Id twelve colors— Gold, Extia Deep Gold. Silver, 
Copper, Antique Bronze, Antique Green, Blue, Lemon, Scarlet, Crimson, Purple, Orange. 




(Fac-simile of Label on Box.) 
Each box contains 1 bottle Metallic Powder and 1 bottle Mixing Liquid, with directions. 
Single Colors, 1 doz in box. .By doz. $2 50 | Assorted, 1 doz. in box By doi 



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Bronze Powders 

FLORA. 

KICH GOLD AND PALE GOLD. 



No. 00 By lb. $ .85 

" •« .90 

" 1 " 1.00 



No. 2 Bv lb. $1.25 

tl 3 •• 1.50 

" 4 - 1.70 



Fine Bronze Powders. 

For Fresco Painting, Bronzing Chandeliers, Radiators, Iron, Wood, Etc. 



RICH GOLD, PALE GOLD, COPPEK, GREEN GOLD, LEMON, ORANGE, FLESH, FIRE, CRIMSON 

LILAC, CARMINE, BLUE. 



500 By lb. $1.05 

800 «■ 1.25 

1000 " 1.50 

3000 '« 1.80 

4000 " 2.10 



5000 By lb. $2.40 

6000 " 2.70 

Lining, No. 1 " 5.50 

Extra Fine " 6.00 

A Extra " 2.10 



Note.— 500, 800, Lining and A Extra only in Rich and Pale Gold. 
SILVER AND ANTIQUE GREEN. 



800 By lb. $1.60 

1000 " 1.75 

3000 " 2.00 

4000 »■ 2.25 



5000 By lb. $2.55 

6000 ■< 2.85 

Lining " 3.45 



Special Bronze Powders, 

Extra Brilliant Gold Bronze, Rich or Pale By lb. $2.85 

French Gold Leaf Bronze, for Slate, Mantels, Clocks, Furniture, etc •• 3.75 

Extra Deep Gold Leaf Bronze, for Slate, Mantels, Clocks, Furniture, etc " 5.00 

Ordinary Lining, Pale and Rich Gold " 2.00 

Silver Flora " 4.60 

New Silver— Brilliant " 6.50 

Aluminum (£■ oz. papers) " 3.90 



Patent Bronze Powders, 

Sky Blue, Azure Blue, Light Blue, Sapphire Blue, Ultramarine Blue, Peacock 
Blue, Brilliant Crimson, Pompeian Red. Amethyst Violet, Cobalt Green, 
Emeraude Green, Azure Green, Yellow Green, Blue Green, Yellow, etc. ..By lb. $3.30 

Liquid for Bronze or Gold Paint. 

Can be Mixed with any Color or Quality of Bronze Powder. 

Best quality By gallon, $2.50 

11 By quart, .75 

Bypint, .40 

" . . . 2 oz. bottles, By doz. 1 50 



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Colored Metallics — Genuine. 

Gold By ft. $1.40 

Silver ■< uo 

Copper << i 40 

Yellow, Old Gold, Orange, Fire, Carmine, Crimson, Violet, Purple, Steel, 
Light Blue, Dark Blue, Peacock Blue, Moss Green, Grass Green, Victoria 
Green •< g \q 

Leaf Brocade, Imitation Metallic. 

Green Gold, Rich Gold, Pale Gold By lb. $ .75 

Lemon, Orange, Brown, Copper, Fire, Crimson, Violet, Green, Cashmere " .85 

Silver - ! 10 



Copper Foil, or Tinsel. 



White By 100 sheets, $4.00 

Brown " " 4.50 

Blue " '■ 4.50 

Crimson " " 4.50 

Fire " » 4.50 

Green— Light •« " 4.50 

Deep » « 4.50 

Gold " " 4.50 



Magenta By 100 sheets, $4.50 

Orange " " 4.50 

Red " " 4.50 

Ruby " «* 4.50 

Solferino " »< 4,50 

Scarlet " " 4.50 

Violet " •• 4.50 



Thick... 
Medium 
Thin 



Tin Foil. 



.By tb. $ 30 

.40 



.45 



Foil Papers. 

Green, Light and Dark; Scarlet, Crimson, Pink, Orange, Yellow, Blue, Li^ht 

and Dark ; Purple, Light and Dark. Size, 17| x 22 inches ° By doz 

No. 1, Silver, 17$ x 22 inches 

" 1, Gilt, 17^x22 " 



$5.40 
3.25 
3.00 



Pearl. 

For Ornamenting. 

Snail— Large By lb. $16.00 | Aurora— Small By lb. 

Medium " 14.00 Crushed 

Small *< 12.00 Dust " 

Aurora— Large " 6.00 



$3.00 
.50 
.30 



Japanese Pearl, for Inlaying— very Thin. 



Small . . 
Medium 
Large . . . 



.By doz. 



$1.00 
1.50 
2 40 



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Frosting. 



White B> lb. $ .50 

11 in 28-lb. boxes. . ' .45 

Mica, Fine l .40 



Mica, Coarse By lb $ .40 

Diamond Dust " .80 



Flock. 



White By lb $ .80 

Black " .70 

Blue, Cerulean " .85 

Blue, Cobalt " .85 

Blue, Ultramarine. " .85 

Brown— Light . . il s "i 

Brown — Deep " .85 

Crimson " .85 

Garnet '* .85 

Green— Lisrht " .85 



Green— Deep By lb. $ .85 

Grey... ... k> .85 

Maroon " .85 

Magenta " .85 

Old Gold '■ 

Orange " .85 

Scarlet u .85 

Straw Yellow " .85 

Turkey Red " 1.05 

Yellow " .85 



F. W. Devoe & Co's Harvard Slate Surface. 

For Use in Drawing^Schools. 



(FW.DEV0E SCO'S 

HARVARD SLATE 

SURFACE. 




This surface dries flat ; is a perfect slate-black ; keeps hard, smooth and free from 
cracks, and may be used on old or new (well-seasoned) blackboards, hard-finished walls 
or paper. A board painted with this preparation is more desirable than slate, as it is of 
less weight, will not break, and possesses a fine, smooth surface. 

In gallon cans Each, $5.75 

In half gallon cans " 2.90 

In quart cans " 1.50 

Id pint cans .80 

FULL DIRECTIONS ON THE LABEL. 



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F. W. DEVOE & GO'S ENAMELS, 

For Producing a Hard Polished Surface on Furniture, Wicker Ware, 
Metals, Interior Trim, Walls, Hetal Articles and Wooden Ware. 

Put up in Glass Jars, in the following shades : 

GREY, PEACH BLOW, GREEN, AZURE, RED, IVORY, BLUE MAROON 
YELLOW, WHITE AND BLACK. 




Small Jars. 



SAMPLE CARDS ON APPLICATION. 
.By doz. $3.00 | Large Jars.. 



.By doz. $6.00 



C. T. RAYNOLDS & COS ENAMEL COLORS. 

Put up in Glass Jars in the following shades : 

WH ™£*S ^ l ;?.l SE ^ REEN ' MAn °° N - BL0 °* AZURE, RED, LIGHT 
™~^ LAC ' BLACK - PINK, PEACOCK BLUE VERMILION PRFY 
OLD ROSE, TURQUOISE BLUE, LIGHT YELLOW LIGHT BLUE ' 



SAMPLE CARDS ON APPLICATION. 



Small Jars (see drawing above) 

Large Jars 



Bv doz. $3 00 

.... ' 6.00 



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flaterials for Chromo= Photography . 



CONVEX GLASS. 



Very Best Quality. 

Card Size, Oval 2§ x 

Square 

Half Size, Oval 4£ x 

4t Square 4 J x 

Imperial Size, Oval 4$ x 

11 '• Square. . . . 4£ x 

Panel " 4 x 

Boudoir " 5 x 

Oval or Square 64 x 

8" x 

" 10 x 



Sold only in Full Packages. 

in box By 



3i inches 


6 doz 


B| » 


6 


5* " 


3 


5| " 


3 


6 


3 


6 


•) 


8 


1 


8 


1 


8 


1 





1 


2 


h 



gross. 



.By doz. 



$3.00 
3.00 
6.00 
6.00 
6.50 
6 50 
1.00 
1.50 
1.75 
3.50 

10.00 



PATENT BOXES. 
Fitted Complete with Materials for Chromo=Photography. 

These Boxes are prepared expressly for chromo-photo. work and materials. They are 
provided with a clamp and easel to hold the glass, while painting, in a way that allows an 
unobstructed passage of light through the work. 

The lid and bottom oflhe box can also be used as an easel, by placing the object in the 
grooves, the weight of the lid serving to hold the object. 







No. 1.— Black Walnut Box, size 8 J x 6J x 1 J in. Containing Clamp Easel and Palette ; 9 
Tubes of F. W. Devoe & Co's Oil Colors; 1 one-oz. bottle Adhesive Preparation: 1 
one-oz bottle Diaphanous Liquid; 1 one-oz. bottle Drying Liquid; 1 No. 1 Bristle Oil 
Color Brush; 1 No. 2 Bristle Oil Color Brush ; 1 No. 2 Bristle Diaphanous Brush; 1 
Siberian Brush, for Water Colors ; 1 Camel Hair Pencil ; 1 Smoothing Tool ; 6 Water 
Colors; 1 Sheet Gummed Paper; 1 Sheet Sand Paper ; 1 Pamphlet, Directions for the 
Art. Each $2.50 

No. 2.— Polished Black Walnut Box, size 10-} x 8 x 2J in. Containing Clamp Easel ; Tray 
for Oil Colors : 9 Tubes of F. W. Devoe *fc Co's Oil Colors; 1 No. 1 Bristle Oil Color 
Brush ; 1 No. 2 Bristle Oil Color Brush ; 1 No. 2 Bristle Diaphanous Brush ; 1 Siberian 
W. C. Brush; 1 Camel Hair Pencil; 1 Sheet Gummed Paper; 1 Saucer of Pure Gold; 
1 Piece Chamois; Palette; Space for Glasses; Space for unfinished work: 1 two-oz. 
bottle Adhesive Preparation ; 1 two-oz. bottle Diaphanous Liquid ; 1 two-oz. bottle 
Drying Liquid ; 1 two-oz. bottle Spirit of Turpentine; 1 Smoothing Tool ; 6 Utility 
Water & Colors ; 1 China blant Dish ; 1 Pamphlet, Directions for the Art. 
Each $5.00 

No 3 —Fancy Inlaid Box, same size as No. 2, containing same assortment. 
Each $7-50 






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Materials for Chromo-Photography— Continued. 

EGYPTIAN WATER COLORS. 

For Coloring Photographs, Views, Etc. 




Small Size, in Wooden Boxes containing nine bottles of color Bv box $2 SO 

Large " containing fourteen bottles of color, also a bottle of Egyptian * 

Transparent Compound „ c 00 

Egyptian Transparent Compound. . . " ' B y bottle 50 





GRECIAN. 

ACME. 

Grecian Water Colors, for coloring Photographs, Lantern Slides, etc., in 

W ooden Box containing twelve bottles of color By box 

Acme Water Colors, for coloring Photographs ; eighteen colors in Metal Box," « ' 

. «. _, " six in Paper Box 

Acme Gloss Compound 

Bone Smoothing Tools .. ' ' f a( T' 

Rubber Rollers ' V '.'.'.'.' '.".'**.'.' .'. ' Bydoz. 

Gummed Paper, in sheets * « 

- m roiu ::::; ^'^ 

' • •■ ....... By roll. 



$2 00 
2.50 
1.00 
.50 
1.50 
2.00 
2.25 
1.00 



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Black Polished Wood Panels, 



6x 12 inches 

7x14 " 


...Each, $ .50 

•• .50 


10 x 20 ir 

11 x22 
12x20 

12 x 24 
14x20 
14x24 
14x29 


iches. 

14 


Each, $ .90 

» 1.10 


8x12 " 


" .50 

" 55 


14 


« 1.20 


8x14 " 


( ( 


" 1.40 


8x16 " 


■■ .60 


44 


" 1.40 


9x18 u 


" .65 


44 


" 1.60 


10x14 •« 


•■ .65 


" 


" 2.50 



Plate Glass Panels. 

GROUND FACE AND POLISHED BEVEL EDGE. 



4x8 inches 

5x 10 " 


Each, $ .24 

" .36 


8x 8 inch 
8x10 l4 


6x6 M 


" .27 


8 x 12 " 


6x8 " 


. . " .36 


10x10 " 


6x 10 " 


" .42 


10x12 


6x12 tl 


" .51 


10x14 •' 


7x10 " 


" .48 


10x20 " 


7 x 14 " 


" .66 





8 i aches . . . Each, ! 



l .48 
.57 
.67 
.80 
.90 
1.00 
1 50 



Polished Plate Glass Screens. 

BEVELED EDGE, WITH HOLES. 
Three Panels, when tied with Silk Cord or Ribbon, form a Screen. 



5x 10 inches By set, $1.60 

6x12 ■• " 200 



14 inches By set, $2.60 



Frosted Opal Glass Panels. 

BEVELED EDGE. 



3x5 inches By doz. $1.80 

4x6 •« " 2-52 

4x 8 " " 2 88 

5x7 " lt 3.24 

5x10 " " 4.32 



6x12 inches By doz. $6. 12 

8x10 »■ • " 6.84 

7x14 " " 792 

10x12 " " 10.80 



SQUARE EDGE. 



4x 

4x 

4x 

5x 

5x 

6x 

6x 

6x10 

6x12 



4 inches. By doz. 

6 
8 
7 

10 
6 
8 



$1 20 7x 10 inches By 

1.50 7x14 *< 

2.25 8x 8 ■« 

2.25 8x12 •' 

3.00 9x16 " 

2.25 10x14 •• 

3.00 10x20 " 

3.60 12x20 ** 

4.35 



doz 


$4 35 




6.00 




4.00 




6.00 




9 00 




900 




12 00 




15.00 



Ragged Edge Cards. 



2£ x 4£ inches By hundred, $ 

3**4* i< ;; 

4 x4 * 

4x6 " 

4£x6 " 



.40 
.50 
.55 
.80 
.90 



: 8 inches * By hundred, $1.50 

: 6 " " 1.50 

: » " ex. thick.. " 2.40 

10 - " .. " 2.75 

11 - " .. " 3.00' 






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Celluloid. 

In Sheets 20 x 50. Polished One Side. 

10-1000 White. No. 44 A G By sheet, 

15-1000 •■ " 44 AG * « 

20-1000 " " 44 A G. 

10-1000 Pink, •« 359 A G ... . ; 

Light Pink, No. 361 A G 

Lilac, 403. AG 

430, 



Cream, 

Yellow, 

Green, 

Blue, 

Red, 

Black, 



431. 
472, 

658. 
121, 
156. 



61.35 
2.00 
2 05 
1.35 
1.35 
1.35 
1.35 

• 1.35 
1.35 
1.35 
1.35 
1.35 



Transparent Celluloid. 

In Sheets 20 x 50. 

10-1000 Semi-Transparent. 300 A B By sheet, 

Transparent (Glasciue) 300 A A 

Red, 124 A A 

Blue, 659 " ........[..[ 

Leather Board or Composition Plaques. 

Prepared for Oil Painting. 

PLAIN, ROUND. 



C inches By doz. 



10 
12 

14 



$1.80 
210 
2.50 
3.20 
4.20 
5.60 



16 inches Bv doz. 

18 •• '•■ 

20 " " 

22 " •< 

24 " « 



6 inches By doz. $3.15 

7 " " 3.75 

8 " " 4.50 



JAPAXXED, KOUXD. 



$1.80 

1.80 

1.80 
1.80 



17.00 

9.80 
15.00 
18.00 

21.00 



10 
12 
14 



■nches. . . , By doz. $5.25 



7.00 
8 80 



5 inches By doz. $1.60 

6 " " 1.80 

7 " " 2.25 

8 " <« 2.70 

9 " " 3.50 



Frosted Glass Plaques. 

ROUND, ACID KOl'GHED. 



10 inches By 

12 " 

14 " 

16 ■■ 

18 " 



doz. 84.00 

6.00 

9.00 

16.00 

20.00 



Superior Brass Plaques. 



WITH BEADED RIM. 

6 inches By doz. $2.00 I 10 inches By doz. $3.60 

8 " " 2.80 12 " •« 470 



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Brass Plaque Easels. 



No. 1. 4 inches high By doz. $ .75 

" 2. 4{ " ' .80 

" 3. 4J " " 1.15 

" 4. 5£ »■ ...... " 135 



No. 5 6j inches high By doz. $1.55 

14 6. 7* ' ..... " 1.85 

" 7. 8± " " 2.40 



All Round Gilt Plaque Easels. 



No. Ill, for 6 inch Plaque. By doz $4.50 
11 112, 8 4t " .. •' 0.00 

41 112J, 10 " •« .. " 0.00 



No. 113, for 12 in. Plaque. ..By doz. $9.00 
" 113£, 14 " ... '< 9.00 

" 114, 16 »■ ... " 15 00 



White Wire Easels. 






CCP AND SAUCER 



Scroll Plaque Easels. 



No. 0. for 6 in Plaque By doz. $2.00 

»• 1, 7 " .... " 250 

"2, 8 " " 3 00 



No. 3, for 9 in Plaque Bv doz. $3.50 

44 4, 10 " " 4.00 



Plate Easels. 



No. 0, for 6 in. Plate ...By doz. $1.65 

" 1. 7 " * ■ 1.67 



No. 2, for 8 in. Plate By doz. $1.70 

41 3, 9 " " 1.75 



Cup and Saucer Easels. 



No 0, for 5 in. Saucer Bv doz. $1.90 No. 2, for 6 in. Saucer. By doz. $1.95 

" l, 5J •• ' 1-92 "3, 6h » " 2.00 






240 F. W. DEYOF & ( . T. RAYNOLD6 CO. 

Plaque Hangers, Improved, with Spiral Spring Guards 





No. 0. 
1. 



3. 
4. 
5. 



WHITE WIRE 

6 to 7 inch Plaque per g^fST 

io to n •• :;;; J*j 

14 to 15 •■ 175 

161318 • .::::■::::::■:::: Ill 



BRASS WIRE 

(POLISHED AND 

LACQUERED). 

$1.45 
1.50 
1.75 
2.00 
300 
3-25 



No. 1. For 
'* 2 

11 3. •■ 
H 4. .< 

" 5. " 



5 to 7 

7 to 10 

8 to 12 

11 to 15 

12 to 18 



Gilt Plaque Hangers, with Chains. 

inch Plaque 



By d< z. $2.00 
2.40 
. " 3.00 

. M 3.40 

. ' 4.40 



The Air Pencil. 

For Making Raised Letters and Relief Work. 



nf «iT t* e / ppl i ed 1° ria( 3 lie s. Vases, Fancv I 
of all kinds. By the use of the Air Pencil the 
can be produced. eucu, me 



Dance Cards, Menus and Ornaments 
most beautiful effect in raised lettering 




Medium No. 1 (Liquid), botties° mpnSin=r A ' r Penci1 . Dry Powder and Liquid. Doz. $9.00 

" " 2 (Dry Powder), boxes " 2.40 

' 2.40 

Scoilay's Relief Bulbs. 

Large size, for ornamental relief work on wnii 

ors, on walls, panels, etc Each, $1-25 



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For Oil Painting. 




F. \V. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Go's 
ARTISTS' RED SABLE BRUSHES. 

For Oil Painting. 

BID .AND PLAT-POLISHED CEDAR HANDLES, M« KEI.-lM.ATKD FERRULES. 



No. 



1 By gross, $9.25 

2 " 9.75 

3 " 11.05 

4 " 12.40 

5 " 13.55 

6 — " 14.90 

Assorted, 1 to G 

1 to 12 



No. 7 H\ iiToss, 

11 8... 

11 9 

" 10 

" 11 

" 12 

By gross, $11.80 

" 20.00 

EXTRA LARGE, 



$21.35 
23.15 
24.60 
27.40 
32.00 
39.70 



No. 



13 , 
14. 
15. 



By dbz. $4.20" 

" 4.45 

" 4.70 



No. 16.... By doz. $5.10 

" 18 " 5.90 

" 20 " 7.00 



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F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Cos 

ARTISTS' RED SABLE BRUSHES, LONG, ("RIGGERS"). 

For Oil Painting Fine Lines. 

ROUND AND FLAT— POLISHED CEDAR HANDLE^, NI( KKL-PLATED FERRULES. 



gross, $8.90 


No. ; 


10.00 


" 8 


10.75 


" 9 


12.95 


" 10 


16.30. 


H 11 


21.45 


" 12 



By 



L r P-v 



$21 90 
23.55 
29.55 
34 20 
40.15 
46 30 



Assorted, 1 to 6 By gross, $13.40 

1 to 12 • 23.00 






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For Oil Painting. 




8 9 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Go's 

ARTISTS' RED SABLE BRUSHES "BRIQHTS" . 

For Oil Painting -Firm, Square Touching, and General Landscape Work 

POLISHED CEDAR HANDLES, XDK EL-PLATED FERRULE* 
No - l % gross, $10.40 



" 2. 

" 3. 

" 4.. 

" 5.. 



Xo - 6 By crross, $28.80 

11.85 " 7 

14.70 .. 8 

18.40 

21.70 



" 9. 



32.15 
40.55 
46.45 



Assorted, 1 to 9. 



" * By gross, 25. 00 

EXTRA LARGE. 

Ao. 10— T % inch wide Bv doz <U ?n . xt «„ 

„ ]0 _ 3 } U ' i0 No - !«-* inch wide Bv doz. $11.00 

u u" I " 66 ° " 18 ~* M - 15.00 

" 8 ' 50 i u 20-^ •« ii 20.00 



NEW YORK AND CHICAGO. 



245 



For Oil Painting. 




F. W. Devoe & C, T. Raynolds Go's 
RED SABLE BRUSHES-FLAT, EXTRA WIDE-For Oil Painting. 

POLISHED CEDAR HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 



§ inch wide By doz. $4.00 

I " " 5.15 

l " '* 765 



£ inch wide By doz. $10.50 

" 13.80 

1 " •■ 16.40 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Go's 

RED SABLE "FAN" BRUSHES. 

For Oil Painting- Light Glazing, Softening, Scumbling, Hair, Foliage, Etc. 

POLISHED CEDAR HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 
(See Drawing on Pago 247.) 



No. 1 By doz. $2.60 

" 2 " 4.10 



No. 3 By doz. $5.70 



8 


.... " 24.10 


9 


.... " 25.95 


10 


.... " 29.50 


11 


.... " 36.45 


12 


.... " 45.00 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
ARTISTS' BROWN SABLE BRUSHES- For Oil Painting. 

ROUND AND FLAT— MAROON, POLISHED HANDLES, NICKEL-PLATED FERRULES. 

No. 1 By gross, $9.00 | 

" 2 " 9.25 

" 3 " H20 

» 4 4t 13.20 

•' 5 ' 4 15.20 

«' 6... " 16 95 

Assorted, 1 to 6 By gross, $12.45 

1 to 12 " 21.50 

F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

ARTISTS' BROWN SABLE BRUSHES-*' BRIGHT'S." 

For Oil Painting- Firm, Square Touching, and General Landscape Work. 

MAROON, POLISHED HANDLES, NICKEL-PLATED FERRULES. 

No. 1 By gross, $11.50 No. 6 By gross, $30.00 

»■ 2 " 13.35 " 7 " 36.15 

i« 3 » 16.95 " 8 • 41.60 

ii 4 ' 19.00 " 9 " 47.45 

<* 5 .!...! " 22.50 ' 

Assorted, 1 to 9 By gross, $26.50 



246 



F. \V. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



No. 1 
2 
3 
4 
5. 
6. 



For Oil Painting. 




4 5 6 

F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
ARTISTS' RUSSIA SABLE BRUSHES 
For Oil Painting. 
ROUND AND FLAT-POLISHED CEDAB HANDLES. NICKEL-PLi 



No. 



• By -toss, $6.20 

• M 6.60 

• " 7.20 
7.85 
8.50 
It. 75 

Assorted, 1 to 6 

- 'loo -.By gross, $7.70 

1 lU l ~ «« 1ACA 



ATED FERRULES. 



9 
10 
11. 

12 



By gross, $11.00 
1155 
12.45 
13 65 
15.00 
16.25 



10.50 



F. W , 



For 



Xo. 1 . 
■ 2 
11 3 
" 4 
" 5 



No. 10, | 

■; ii,| 



Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
ARTISTS' RUSSIA SABLE BRUSHES" BRIGHT'S." 

tn^' SqU3re Touchln «- ™« General Landscape Work. 
POLISHED CEDAR HANDLES, NICKEL-PLATED FERRULES 

s - -• Drawing on page 244, 

-By gross, $8.80 No. 6 By gross, $15.90 

14 7 «< ie.80 

" 8 i< is.60 

1 9 u 20.10 

Assorted, 1 to 9... 

By gross, $13.50 

EXTKA WIDE 

•Bydoz. $180 No. H, | inch wide By doz. $3.50 

18,1 M ........ " 3-60 



inch wide. 



9.00 
10.00 
1100 
11.80 



2.20 



NEW YORK AND CHICAGO. 



24T 



For Oil Painting. 

F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Go's 

ARTISTS' EXTRA FINE OX HAIR BRUSHES. 

For Oil Painting;. 

ROUND AND FLAT— RED, POLISHED HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 



No. 1 By gr<--, si; 2"i 

" 2 " 7.25 

" 3 " 900 

Assorted, 1 to 6 



No. 4 By gross, $11 40 

" 5 " 13.00 

11 6 " 16.10 

By gross, $10.50 



EXTRA LA ROE, KOI" XI). 



No. 14 By doz. $1.75 

" 16 " 2.U0 



No. 18 '. By doz $2 35 

11 20 " 2.65 



EXTRA WIDE, PLAT. 



| inch By doz. $1 50 

J " " 2.00 

" 2.50 



] inch By doz. $3.00 

: " " 3.50 

1 »■ . ■' 4.75 






F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

ARTISTS' OX HAIR BRUSHES " BRIGHT'S." 

For Oil Painting Firm, Square Touching, and General Landscape Work. 

RED, POLISHED HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 



No. By gross, $8.95 

" 1 «• 8 95 

11 2 «' 9.90 

" 3 " 11.15 

Assorted, 1 to 6 By gross, 12 .60 



No. 4 By gross, $13 0O 

" 5 ^ 15.20 

11 6 " 17.4a 




No. 1 By doz. $1.20 

■« 2 " 1.50 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

BADGER "FAN" BRUSHES. 

For Oil Painting. 

POLISHED CEDAR HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 
No. 3 



.By doz |2.25 






348 



F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDs CO. 



For Oil Painting. 




8 3 4 5 6 

F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
ARTISTS' BADGER BRUSHES. 
For Oil Painting. 

FLAT-POLISHED CEDAR HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 

N0, 1 ° By gross, $7.00 . No. 4 By gross. $10.50 

1 ' < n aa 

" 2 (i 

" 3 



7 00 
8.00 
9.15 



" 5 
6. 



12.15 
13.20 



Assorted, 1 to 6. 



•By gross, $10.00 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

ARTISTS' BADGER BRUSHES-- BRIGHT'S " 

For Oil Painting- Firm, Square Touching, and General Landscape Work 

POLISHED CEDAR HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 

N °- ° By gross, $8.50 

' 1 ti 

" 2 ... «, 

11 3 „ 

Assorted, 1 to 6 



S50 

9.70 

10.95 



No - 4 By gross, $12.55 

" 5 a 14.85 

u 6 i< 15.65 



By gross, $12.00 






NEW YORK AND CHICAGO. 



249 



For Oil Painting. 




ROUND— POL] 
No. 1 - By 



No. B. 

F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Go's 
BADGER BLENDERS. 
For Oil Painting. 

HED CEDAK HANDLES, WIRE-BOUND QUILLS. 



doz. 



\ T o. 7 


By doz. $6.00 


» 8 


" 7.50 


" 9 


" 8.80 


" 10 


..." 9 80 


" 11. . 


" 11.30 


" 12 


" 12.90 



$1.80 

2 40 
3.00 

3 60 

4 40 
4.80 

F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

ARTISTS* "MELONCILLO" BRUSHES. 

For Oil Painting. 

ROUND AND FLAT-RED, POLISHED HANDLES, NICKEL-PLATED FERRULES. 



No. 1 By gross, $7.45 

.. 2 " 9.20 

n 3 " 1100 



No. 4 By gross, $13.50 

» 5 " 16.00 

"6 " 17 85 



Assorted, 1 to 6 By gross, $12.50 



250 



F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



For Oil Paintings 




No. 1. 

" 3 

14 4 . 

" 5 . 

" . 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
ARTISTS' BRISTLE BRUSHES-*. LONDON." 

For Oil Painting. 
HOUND-POLISHED CEDAR HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 

No. 7. . . . 



By gross, $11.85 

" 12.00 

" 12.45 

" 13.05 

" 13.35 

" 13.85 

Assorted, 1 to 12.. 



11 9. 

" 10 
" 11. 

" 12 



ross, $15.20 
. " is 95 

20.15 
25.65 
28.30 
31.20 



■ By gross, |18 00 



NEW YORK AND CHICAGO. 



251 



For Oil Painting. 




F. W. Devoe & C. T. Ra> nolds Go's 

ARTISTS' BRISTLE BRUSHES "LONDON." 

For Oil Painting. 

FLAT— POLISHED CEDAR BANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 



V<>. 1 


By gross, $11.85 


11 2 


" 12.00 


" 3 


12 45 


'• 4 


■ 13.05 


'■ 5 


" 13.35 


" 6 


'« 13.85 



No. 7 By gross, $15.20 

18.95 
20.15 

25.65 
28.30 
31.20 



8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 

12. 






Assorted, 1 to 12 By gross, $18.00. 



F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYXOLDS CO. 



For Oil Painting. 




* 9 10 11 

F. W. Devoe & C. T. Ra> nolds Co's 

ARTISTS' BRISTLE BRUSHES" LYONS/ 

For Oil Painting. 

PLAT-POLISHED CEDAR HANDLES, TIN FERRULES 

No " l By gross, $6.90 No 

2 



7.00 
7.50 
7.75 
8.00 
8.40 



8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12 



7 By gross, $9.00 



Assorted, 1 to 12 

By gross, $9.00 

F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

ARTISTS' BRISTLE BRUSHES -» SPECIAL." 

For Oil Painting. 

THREAD Kor_M>-P,. AIN CEDAR HAN , )LEs 



9.30 
10.00 
11.00 
11.30 
11.85 



No. 1 




No - 4 By grow 




" 2 


-"j gross, $0.80 


, $10.15 


a g 


7.75 


■ 5 


12.60 




" 8.70 

Assorted, 1 to G , 


44 6 


1 4 00 




By gross, $10.00 





NKW YORK AND CHICAGO. 



253 



For Oil Painting. 




• 



tj 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Go's 

ARTISTS' BRISTLE BRUSHES-** ENGLISH. " 

For Oil Painting. 

It AND FLAT— RED, POLISHED HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 



No. 1 By gross, $6.90 

" 2 " 7.00 

" 3 " 7.50 

" 4 " 7.75 

" 5 " 8.00 

** 6 " 8.40 



No. 7 By 

" 8 

" 9 

" 10 

14 11 

"12 



gross 



$9.00 
9.30 

10.00 
11.00 

11.30 
11.85 



No. 



Assorted, 1 to 12 By gross, $9.00 

ARTISTS' BRISTLE BRUSHES--** FRENCH." 
For Oil Painting. 

FLAT— WHITE WOOD HANDLES, TIN FERRULES, 

No. 7 By gross, 



1 By gross, $5.80 

2 " 5.85 

3 " 5.95 

4 " 6 30 

5 " 6.50 

6 " 6.60 



9 

10 
11. 

12. 



$7.00 
7.30 
7.50 
7.90 
8.40 
8.75 



Assorted, 1 to 12 By gross, $7.00 



254 



F. W. DEVOK & C. T. RAYNOLDS I 



ARTISTS' BRISTLE BRUSHES -FRENCH." 

For Oil Painting. 

FLAT— WHITEWOOD HANDLES, TIN FERRULES— EXTRA WIDE 



No. 13 By doz. $1 00 

•• 14. Much " 1.10 

" 15 ■' 1.20 

" 16, J-inch " 1.30 

11 17 " 1 50 

Assorted, 13 to 22 By dozen, $1.70 

r ^ 



No. 18, 1-inch. . . Bv doz. 

11 19 «• 

" 20, If inch •■ 

" 21 

" 22, H-inch 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Go's 

ARTISTS' BRISTLE BRUSHES-" BOSTON." 

Thick "Brtght's"-For Oil Painting. 

FLAT— POLISHED CEDAR HANDLES, TIN FERRl I - 
*?■ l By gross, $6.90 No. 7 



$165 

2.10 
2.20 
2 45 
8.05 




Assorted, 1 to 12. 



7.00 
7 50 
7 75 
8.00 

8.40 



" 8. 
tl 9. 
11 10. 
" 11. 
44 12. 



. Bv trross, $9.00 
. * • 9.30 

10.00 
1l.0i) 
11.30 
11.85 



EXTRA WIDE, 
i mch per doz. $1.25 

1 " l.f'O 



■ By gross, $9.00 



1| inch per doz. 

H " ■« 

i* " » 



2.10 

285 



NEW VnRK AND CHICAGO. 



253 



For Oil Painting. 



/MIDI 1 



I 'Hiin 







No. 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

ARTISTS' BRISTLE BRUSHES-** BRIGHT'S." 

For Oil Painting; Firm, Square Touching, and General Landscape Work. 

FLAT— BLACK, POLISHED HANDLES, TIN FERRULES 

2-0 By gross, $8.05 No. 3 .By gross, $8.50 

1-0 " 8.05 " 4 ' 9.20 

1 " 8.05 " 5 '• 9.75 

2...... " 8.15 " 6 ' 10.35 

Assorted, 1 to 6 By gross, $9.00 






ARTISTS' BRISTLE BRUSHES-FRENCH-** BRIGHT S." 
For Oil Painting. 

FLAT— SHORT— WHITEWooD HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 



No. 1 By gross, $5.80 

5.85 
5.95 
6.30 
6.50 
6.60 



No. 7 By gross, $7.00 



8 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12 



7.30 


7.50 


7.90 


8.40 


8 75 



Assorted, 1 to 12 .By gross, $7.00 



F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



For Oil Painting. 




F. YV. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

ARTISTS' BRISTLE BRUSHES- BRIGHT'S." 

For Oil Painting. 

PLAT— EXTRA WIDE, BLACK, POLISHED HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 



No. 7-f inch Bydoz. $1 25 

" 8—| " M 1.45 

•« 9— 1 " " 1 60 



No. 10— 1 J inch By doz. $1.75 

« n_]i " - 2.oo 

" 12— H " " 2 - 25 



ARTISTS' BRISTLE BRUSHES-FRENCH-" BRIGHT'S." 

For Oil Painting, 

FLAT— EXTRA WIDE, WHITBWOOD HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 

No. 18 Bydoz. $1.65 

•- 19 " 2.10 

■ o " 2.20 

" 21 

•• 22 ' 



No. 13 Bydoz. $1.00 

" 14 " 1.10 

'■ 15 • 1.20 

" 16 " 130 

" 17 •' 1.50 



2.45 
2.65 



Assorted, 13 to 22 .Bv doz. $1.70 



NEW YORK AND CHICAGO. 



257 



For Oil Painting, 




No. 2-0. . 
" 1-0. 
" 1... 
" 2... 



2-010123 4 5 6 

F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
ARTISTS' BRISTLE BRUSHES-" LANDSEER'S." 
For Oil Painting. 

FLAT— BLACK, POLISHED HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 

.By gross, $8.05 [ No. 3 By gross, $8.50 

u 9.20 

" 9.75 

" 10.35 



8.05 " 4 

8.05 «• 5 

" 8.15 I " 6 

Assorted, 1 to 6 By gross, $9.00 




No. 1. W?^ 

F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Go's 

BRISTLE "FAN" BRUSHES. 

For Oil Painting— Light Touching, Scumbling, Slight Dragging, Hair, Foliage, Etc. 

BLACK, POLISHED HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 

No. 1 By doz. $1.10 I No. 3 By doz. $2.00 

" 2. " 1.50 






258 



F. W. DEVOK & C. T. KAYNOLDS CO. 




Style A. — 



I HI 

F. W, Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Cos 

ARTISTS* BRISTLE BRUSHES-- SPECIAL." 

For Oil Painting. 

POLISHED CEDAK HANDLES, TIN FERRULES 
Each style made in six sizes, Nos. 1 to 6. 
The edges of the ferrule and of the brush are of a parallel slant, and therefore 



B.- 

C.- 

D. 
E.- 
F.- 

G,- 
H. 
K.- 



~ ~~ & ^ a ,, 4 uu iwjuic auu ui me urusn are oi a parallel slant, ana thererore 
permit ereal freedom and evenness in working when the brush is required 
to be held at an angle. 

-Double-pointed, and affording a peculiar touch when pressed laterally on the 
canvas. 

-In three parts, to prevent color accumulating and clogging the bottom of tbe 

-Having a long, feathery edge, and affording sweeping touches, 
-Very long in the hair ; for points or dots, rough lines and light dragffinc 
-Having a hollow, which, when full of color, acts as a feeder, and enables the 
Dnisii to be used for some time without being stopped for fresh supply of 

-Short, wedge shape, and coming to a fine edge. 
-Short, stumpy brush ; useful for rubbing, etc. 
-Chiseled edge ; to resemble a worn brush, but having a soft fla*. 
Assorted, 1 to 6 Bv doz. $1.50 



NEW YORK AND CHICAGO. 



259 



For Oil Painting. 




No. 2—0. 
11 0.... 
" 1.... 
11 2.... 



F. \V. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

ARTISTS' BRISTLE BRUSHES-- SUPER/ 1 

For Oil Painting. 

ROUND— BLACK, POLISHED HANDLES, TIN FERRUI - 

By gross, $6.75 No. 3. By gross, $7.45 

" 6.75 ■ 4 " 8.60 

" 6 75 " 5 " 9.95 

" 6.90 lk 6 " 11.35 



Assorted, 1 to 6 By gross, $8.50 



No. 1. 
" 2. 
" 3. 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
ARTISTS* BRISTLE BRUSHES-*' EXTRA. " 
For Oil Painting. 

ROUND— CEDAR HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 

By gross, $5.85 No. 4 By gross, $7.25 

" 6 00 " 5 l< 8.35 

" 6.40 4 ' 6 " 9.65 



Assorted, 1 to 6 By gross, $7.25 



F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



For Oil Painting. 




F. VV. Devoe & C. T, Raynolds Go's 
ARTISTS' BRISTLE BRUSHES-** SUPER." 

For Oil Painting. 

FLAT-BLACK, POLISHED HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 
No - 2—0 By gross, $6.75 j No. 3 By gross, $7.45 



6.75 ■« 4 

M 6.75 " 5 

" 6.90 " 6 

Assorted, 1 to 6 By gross, $8.50 



8.60 

9.95 

11.35 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Go's 

ARTISTS' BRISTLE BRUSHES-- EXTRA. 

For Oil Painting. 



N °- * By gross, $5.85 

" 6.00 

" 6.40 



3. 



FLAT-CEDAR HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 

No. 4 By gross, $7.35 

" 5 " 8.35 

6 " 9.65 



Assorted, 1 to 6 By gross, $7.25 



NEW YORK AND CHICAGO. 



261 




l 



For Oil Painting. 







F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

ARTISTS' BRISTLE BRUSHES-" SUPER." 

Extra Large. -For Oil Painting. 

ROUND, BLACK, POLISHED HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 



No. 14. 
11 16. 
" 18. 
" 20. 



By doz. $1.00 

1.10 

. " 1.35 

1.70 



No. 23 per doz. $2.05 



24 

26. 
30. 



2.35 

2.75 
3.00 



No. 14. 
" 16. 
" 18. 
" 20. 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
ARTISTS' BRISTLE BRUSHES -" EXTRA. 
Extra Large.— For Oil Painting. 
ROUND— CEDAR HANDLES, TIN FERRULE-. 

(See Drawing above.) 

By doz. $ ,82 

" .93 

" 1.10 



1.32 



No 22 By doz. $1,80 

' 24 - 2.12 

" 26 - 2.35 

44 30 " o 65 



262 






F. W. DEVOE &» C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 

For Oil Painting. 





F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

ARTISTS* BRISTLE BRUSHES— " SUPER.** 

Extra Wide- For Oil Painting. 

FLAT— BLACK, POLISHED HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 

h inch wide By doz. $ .95 i 1 inch wide Bv doz. $1.85 

1-05 1| " " 2 10 

1.25 H " " 2.70 



i 



1.60 



H 



3.35 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Go's 

ARTISTS' BRISTLE BRUSHES-** EXTRA." 

Extra Wide -For Oil Painting. 

FLAT— CEDAR HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 

4 inch wide By doz. $ .72 1 inch wide By doz. $1. 

1* " " 

l| " " 

1J " " 



S .72 

.80 

.93 

1.18 



1.65 
208 

2.76 



F. W DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



For Oil Painting. 




F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Go's 

ARTISTS' BRISTLE BRUSHES CHISELED EDGE-" SUPER." 

For Oil Painting. 

FLAT— RED, POLISHED HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 



£ inch wide By doz, $1.25 

11 " 1.40 

I " " " 1.55 

i " " " 1-85 



1 inch wide By doz. 2, 30 

li " " " 2.60 

l| " " " 3.00 

H " " " 3.70 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
ARTISTS' BRISTLE BRUSHES -CHISELED EDGE-" EXTRA. 
For Oil Painting. 

FLAT— CEDAR HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 



$ inch wide By doz. $ .90 

i " " M l.oo 

J " " " 1.10 

i " M " 1.3* 



1 inch wide By doz. $1.65 

li " kl " 1.86 

H ■■ " ,( 2.35 

li " " " 3.15 



ARTISTS' BRISTLE BRUSHES-CHISELED EDGE- 
For Oil Painting. 



CONGO." 



BLACK BRISTLES-FLAT— CEDAR HANDLES, TIN FERRULES, 

1 inch wide . . By doz. $1.78 

1{ •• u " 2.35 

li " u " 2.73 



i inch wide By doz. $1 10 

} " " " 1.20 

i " " " 1-48 



For Dye Painting. 

F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
BRISTLE TAPESTRY BRUSHES-SQUARE OR ANGULAR. -Chiseled Edge. 

FLAT-POLISHED CEDAR HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 
(See Drawing on Page 264. ) 



No. 2-0 By doz. $ .77 

.79 

.81 

.90 

102 

1.10 

1.12 



No. 6 By doz. $1.20 

" 7 " 135 

" 8 " 1.52 

41 9 " 164 

"10.. " 2.03 

" 11 " 238 

"12 " 2.60 



Assorted, 1 to 12 By doz. $1.47 






264 



F. W. DEVOE «fc C. T. REYNOLDS CO. 



Bristle Tapestry Brushes— Square. 




i-i i 



$ 



n 



2-0 1 2 3 




Bristle Tapestry Brushes— Angular. 



1 fl tf r 


---■ 


1 4 


i 


h -rf — 


- 


- t , -, 




? S 3 S 

S c S c 
r r r* rr 

I < < < 

£ c c c 

L p rr rt 

? ? ? 
{ g SI 


-< 


i l I 





2-00 1 2 3 




For prices, see page 263. 



NEW YORK AND CHICAGO. 



For Water Color Painting. 




m 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Go's 
RED SABLE BRUSHES. "ALBATA." -For Water Color Painting. 

ROUND AND FLAT— BLACK, POLISHED HANDLES, ALBATA FEKRULES. 

No. By doz. $2.00 No. 4 By doz. $4.65 

" 1 " 2 00 " 5 " 5.35 

" 2 . " 245 " 6 ' 6.25 

" 3 " 3,30 " 7 ll 7.50 

Assorted, 1 to 6 By doz. $4.00 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
RED SABLE BRUSHES. "DESIGNERS'."- For Water Color Painting. 

LONG, FINE POINT, ROUND AND FLAT— POLISHED CEDAR HANDLES, ALBATA FERRULES. 

No. By doz. $2 00 No. 4 By doz. $4 65 

" 1 "" 200 " 5 " 5.35 

" 2 " 2.45 " 6 " 6.25 

" 3 " 330 " 7 " 7.50 

Assorted, 1 to 6 By doz. $4.00 



F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



For Water Color Painting. 

A i 




F. W. Devoe & C. T, Raynolds Go's 

RED SABLE BRUSHES-- ALBATA'-EXTRA LARGE. 

For Water Color Painting. 

ROUND-BLACK, POLISHED HANDLES, ALBATA FERRULES. 



No - 18 .By do/.. $10.00 No. 17 

U U " 13.00 

" 15 " 1G.50 



" It) 



19.50 



" 18. 
4 19. 
'■ 20 



.By doz. $23.00 

. - 27.00 

30.00 

33.00 



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For Water Color Painting. 




13 14 15 16 1 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynoids Co's 

RED SABLE BRUSHES-" ALBATA."- EXTRA LARGE. 

For Water Color Painting. 

FLAT-BLACK, POLISHED BANDLES, ALBATA FERRULES. 



No. 13 By doz. $10.00 

.. 14 » 13.00 

■■ 15 ".".!!!!"/.!! " 16 - 50 

" 16 " 19.50 



No 17 By doz. $23.00 

.«" 18 '"' » 27.00 

,, 19 " 30.00 

■. 20.'.'."".' •■ " 33.00 



268 



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For Water Color Painting. 




F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
RED 5ABLE BRUSHES-FRENCH. -For Water Color Painting. 

ROUND AND FLAT-BLACK, POLISHED HANDLES, NICKEL-PLATED FERRULES 

• --Bvdoz. $1.00 No. 4 By doz. $2.55 



2 . 
3.. 



" 1-00 •« 5 

■•• " 1.30 " 6 

i< i.90 I << 7 .....!!!!!!. 

Assorted, 1 to By doz ' $ V 55 ' 



3.60 
5.00 

5.75 




F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
RED SABLE BRUSHES-BROAD-FLAT.-For Water Color Painting. 

Large Washes. 

RED, POLISHED HANDLES, NICKEL-PLATED FERRULES. 



inch wide 



-Bv 



doz. $5.25 

5.85 

6 50 

10.00 

16.50 



U inch wide Bvdoz. $30.00 

H M "" 34.25 

If " " 39.00 

2 " ii 48.00 



NEW YORK AND CHICAGO. 



For Water Color Painting. 




No. a 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

RED SABLE WASH BRUSHES. 

For Water Color Painting. 

ROUND-DOUBLE END, BLACK, POLISHED HANDLES, ALBATA FERRULES. 



: 



No. 00 By doz. $8.50 

? ,4 10.50 

1 " 15.00 



! 



No. 2 By doz. 

" 3. . . . " 



$25.50 
33.00 
49.00 




No. 3. 



. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
RED SABLE WASH BRUSHES. 
For Water Color Painting. 

FLAT-DOUBLE END, BLACK, POLISHED HANDLES, ALBATA FERRULES. 



No. 00 By do 

" 0. 



1. 



$8.50 
10.50 
15.00 



No. 2 By doz. $25.50 



33.00 
49.00 



WINSOR & NEWTON'S RED SABLE BRUSHES. 

For Water Color Painting. 

ROUND AND FLAT-BLACK, POLISHED HANDLES, ALBATA FERRULES. 
No - By doz. $4.80 

u I " 6.00 

3 " 7.20 

Assorted, 1 to 6 By doz. $8.40 



No. 4 By doz. $9.00 

\\ (j " 10 -80 

' 6 " 12.60 



WINSOR & NEWTON'S BROWN SABLE BRUSHES. 

For Water Color Painting. 

ROUND AND FLAT-BLACK POLISHED HANDLES, ALBATA FERRULES. 



No - <> ...By doz. $4.80 

" I " 4 80 



6.00 
7.20 



No. 4 By doz. $9.00 

" 5 " 10.8O 

" 6 " 12.60 



Assorted, 1 to 6 By doz. $8.40 



270 



F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



No. 



For Water Color Painting. 

F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

BROWN SABLE BRUSHES-'ALBATA." 

For Water Color Painting. 

ROUND AND FLAT-BLACK, POLISHED HANDLES, ALBATA FERRl 
(See Drawing on Page 265.) 

rt Bydoz. $2.15 I No. 4 . ..Bydoz. 



2.15 
3.20 
4 45 



$5.75 

6.60 

7.85 
9.50 



Assorted, 1 to 



6 Bydoz. $5.00 



No. 



EXTRA LARGE. 

(See Drawings on Pages 266 and 267. 

13 By doz $12.80 No. 17 -By doz. 

14.'"""-" " 

15 " 

16 ' 



16.60 
20.80 
24.60 



18 

19. 
20 



128.40 

32.80 
36.00 
40.40 



No. 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

BROWN SABLE BRUSHES-FRENCH. 

For Water Color Painting. 

POUND AND FLAT-BLACK, POLISHED HANDLES, NICKEL-PLATED FERRrLES. 
(See Drawing on Page 268.) 

By doz. $1.35 No. 4 • .By doz. 



1.35 

1.80 
2.50 



$3.35 
4.55 
5 95 
7.50 



Q By doz. $3.25 



Assorted, 1 t 

F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
RUSSIA SABLE BRUSHES. 

For Water Color Painting. 

ROUND AND FLAT-POLISHED CEDAR HANDLES, NICKEL-PLATED FERRULES. 



No. By doz. $ .90 

■« 1 " 1.00 

" 2 " 1-15 

" 3 M L35 

Assorted, 1 to 6 By doz. $1.50 



No 4 Bydoz. $1.60 

JN0 *t " 1.75 

5 " 2.40 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

SIBERIAN BRUSHES. 

For Water Color Painting. 

ROUND AND FLAT-MAROON, POLISHED HANDLES, NICKEL-PLATED FERRULES. 

Bydoz. $.70 No. 4 ^^"SS 



.70 
.80 
.90 



1.35 
1.60 



Assorted, 1 to 6 By doz. $1.00 



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For Water Color Painting. 




F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Go's 

SIBERIAN WASH BRUSHES. 

For Water Color Painting. -Skies and Large Washes. 

ROUND-BLACK, POLTSHED HANDLES, NICKEL-PLATED FERRULES. 

.By doz. $1.50 




F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

SIBERIAN WASH BRUSHES. 

For Water Color Painting. -Skies and Large Washes. 

FLAT-BLACK, POLISHED HANDLES. NICKEL-PLATED FERRULES. 




No. 1. 
" 2. 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

SIBERIAN WASH BRUSHES. -Wire=Bound Quills. 

For Water Color Painting.— Skies and Large Washes. 

ROUND— MAROON, POLISHED HANDLES. 

By doz. $3.25 | No. 3 By doz. $5.25 



4 40 



6.75 




F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

SIBERIAN WASH BRUSHES. 

For Water Color Painting.— Skies and Large Washes. 

ROUND-DOUBLE-END, BLACK, POLISHED HANDLES, NICKEL-PLATED FERRULES. 



No. By doz. $2.70 

11 1 " 3.00 



No. 2 .Bv doz. $4.00 

ii 3 " 5.00 



272 



F. W. DEVOE & C T. REYNOLDS CO. 



For Water Color Painting. 




F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

SIBERIAN WASH BRUSHES. 

For Water Color Painting. -Skies and Large Washes. 

FLAT-DOUBLE END, BLACK, POLISHED HANDLES, NICKEL-PLATED FERRULES. 

No . Bydoz. $2.75 I No.2... ..Bydoz. $4.50 

" 1 " 



3.50 



•3. 



5.60 




F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

OX HAIR WASH BRUSHES. 

For Water Color Painting.— Skies and Large Washes. 

ROUND— BLACK, POLISHED HANDLES, NICKEL-PLATED FERRULES. 



No. -By doz. $2.25 

" 1 " 2.25 

" 2 " 2.75 



No 3 By doz. $3.50 

" 4." " 4 50 




F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

OX HAIR WASH BRUSHES. 

For Water Color Painting.— Skies and Large Washes. 

FLAT— BLACK, POLISHED HANDLES, NICKEL-PLATED FERRULES. 



No. By doz. $2.50 

14 1 l< 2 50 

44 2 " 3.00 



No. 3 
M 4. 



.By doz. $4.25 
•« 5.00 



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For Water Color Painting. 







F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Go's 
OX HAIR WASH BRUSHES. 
For Water Color Painting. -Skies and Large Washes. 
ROUND-DOUBLE END, BLACK, POLISHED HANDLES, NICKLE-PLATED FERRULES. 



No. By doz. $3.25 

" l " 4.25 



No. 2 By doz. $5.00 

" 3 - 6.00 




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F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

OX HAIR WASH BRUSHES. 

For Water Color Painting.— Skies and Large Washes. 

FLAT-DOUBLE END, BLACK, POLISHED HANDLES, NICK EL-PLATED FERRULES 



No. By doz. $3.75 

1 " 4.75 



No. 2 By doz. $5.75 

" 3 " 7.00 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
OX HAIR BRUSHES BROAD, FLAT. 

RED POLISHED HANDLES, NICKEL-PLATED FERRULES. 
(See Drawing on page 268.) 



i inch By doz. $2 65 

* " " 3 30 

i lt " 4.20 

1 " " 5.00 



1 1 inch By doz. $6.35 

1* " " 7.60 

If " " 8.50 

2 " «' 10.00 



274 



F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



For Water Color Painting. 




F, W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

CAMEL HAIR BRUSHES-** SUPER." 

For Water Color Painting. 

ROUND AND FLAT— BLACK, POLISHED HANDLES, NICKEL-PLATED FERRULES. 

No. 4 By eross, $10.25 

" 5 " 11-35 

" 6 lk 13.05 



No. 1 By gross, $6.65 

11 2 «• 7.90 

(< 3 » 9 30 



Assorted, 1 to 6 By gross, $9.75 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

CAMEL HAIR BRUSHES — " EXTRA. " 

For Water Color Painting. 

ROUND AND FLAT-RED, POLISHED HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 



No - 1 By gross, $4.45 

" 2 .". " 5.25 

" 3 .< G .20 



No 4 By eross, $6.85 

" 5 * " 7.55 

m 6 8.70 



Assorted, 1 to 6 By gross, $6.50 



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For Water Color Painting. 




;•' 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

CAMEL HAIR WASH BRUSHES LARGE. 

For Water Color Painting. -Skies and Large Washes. 

ROUND— POLISHED CEDAK HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 



No. 0. 

" 1. 
II o 



.By doz. $1.25 
1,25 
1.50 



No. 3 By doz. $2.25 

" 4 " 2.75 






276 



F. W. DEVOE & C. T. KAVNOLDS CO. 



For Water Color Painting. 




F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

CAMEL HAIR WASH BRUSHES WIDE. 

For Water Color Painting. - Skies and Large Washes. 

FLAT-POLISHED CEDAK HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 



X °' ° Bydoz.$1.50 

1 " 1.50 

2 " 2.00 



No. 3 By doz. $3.75 

14 4 - 3.50 



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For Water Color Painting. 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

CAMEL HAIR WASH BRUSHES-LARGE. 

For Water Color Painting.— Skies and Large Washes. 

H.E END, POLISHED CEDAK HANDLES, TIN FERRULES 



277 




ROUND - DO! 

No. By doz. $2.25 

" 1 " 2.50 



No. 



.Bv doz. $3.00 
4.00 





No. 0. 
11 1. 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

CAMEL HAIR WASH BRUSHES-WIDE. 

For Water Color Painting. Skies and Large Washes. 

FLAT-DOUBLE END, POLISHED (EDAK HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 

By doz. $2 50 | No. 2 By doz. $3.50 

" *J.7-i " 3 J « 4.50 




F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

CAMEL HAIR BRUSHES-BROAD-FLAT. 

For Water Color Painting Large Washes. 

RED, POLISHED HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 

£ inch wide By doz. $2.50 1J inch wide 

j " " 2.75 Ij " 

1 - " 3.00 2 " 

H " " 3.50 



% inch. 



.By doz. $4.25 
5.25 
6.00 



278 



F. W. PEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



For Water Color Painting. 




F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

BRISTLE BRUSHES— » HARDING'S." 

For Water Color Painting. 

FLAT-BLACK, POLISHED HANDLES, NICKEL-PLATED FERRULES- 



No. 1. 

" 2. 

" 3. 



.By doz. $1.05 
. " 1.15 

. u 1.25 



No. 4 By doz. $1.35 

" 5 " 1-45 

** 6 " 1.55 

Assorted, 1 to 6 By doz $1 30 

HANDLES FOR QUILL PENCILS. 

Plain Cedar, Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, separate sizes or assorted By gross, $1.00 

" No. 5 " 1.00 

French, polished, Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, separate sizes or assorted " l25 

No. 5 « 1.35 



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For Water Color Painting. 



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RED SABLE PENCILS. For Water Color Painting- Miniature. 

IN QUILLS— ROSE SILK AND GOLD THREAD BINDING. 



No. 1 By doz. $ .65 

" 2..... « .75 

41 3 " Mr, 

" 4 " 1.50 



No. 5 By doz. $2.00 

" 6 »« 2.60 

11 ' " 370 

11 8... « 5.00 

Assorted, 1 to 8 By doz. $2.20 



RED SABLE SWAN QUILL PENCILS. 
For Water Color Painting -Large Washes, Etc 

(See Drawing on Page 281.) 

No. 1 By doz. $27 00 

11 2 « 21.00 

" 3.. » 18.00 



No. 4 By doz $14.00 

11 5 " 10 25 

" 6 " 9.00 



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BROWN SABLE PENCILS. For Water Color Painting Miniature. 

IN QITLLS— ROSE SILK AND GOLD THREAD BINDING. 

(See Drawing on page 281.) 

No. 1 By doz. $ .75 

" 2 " .90 

11 3 " 1.40 

" 4 *' 1.90 

Assorted, 1 to 8 By doz, $2.95 



No. 5 ..By doz. $2.90 

11 6 " 3.80 

" 7 " 5.40 

44 8 » 6.50 



F. W. DEYOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



For Water Color Painting. 

RUSSIA SABLE PENCILS. For Oil or Water Color Painting. 
IN QUILLS-ROBE SILK AM) SILVER THREAD BINDING 

(See Drawing below.) 

No. 1 By gross, $4.00 No. 5. By ^m 9s $6.60 

"2 " 440 " 6 " 780 

>i g ....].. " 490 " 7 u 9.05 

c« 4 - 5.70 " 8 " 10.35 

Assorted, 1 to 8 By gross, $6.60 



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CAMEL HAIR PENCILS. For Water Color Painting. Miniature. 

IN QUILLS— RED SILK AND GOLD THREAD BINDING. 



No. 1 By gross, $2.35 

" 2 " 2.75 

" 3 " 3.50 

u 4 " 4.25 



No. 5 Bv gross, $5.35 

»• 6 6.25 

it 7 * " « 7.25 

•« 8 ']'.'. " 



Assorted, 1 to 8 By gross, $5.00 

Superfine, Assorted, 1 to 8. Blue Silk and Silver Thread Binding By gross, $3.50 

Demifine, " 1 to 8, Green Thread Binding.. " ~ 40 



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281 



For Water Color Painting. 




CAflEL HAIR SWAN QUILL PENCILS. 
For Water Color Painting. Large Washes, Etc. 



No. 5 By doz. $1.65 

" 6 " 1.10 

" : " .90 



No. 1 By doz. $4.75 

" 2 " 4.00 

" 3 <* 2.75 

11 4 " 2.20 

No. 0, extra large By doz. $6.00 

" 00, " " 6-75 



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CAMEL HAIR SWAN QUILL PENCILS. For Water Color Painting. 

POINTED. 
Super-Hair J, 2 and 1 inch long. Red Silk and Gold Thread Binding. . . -By gross, 
Fine— " J, £ and I " Thread Binding 


$9.40 
8.00 







282 



F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLI^ I 0. 







F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Go's 
RED SABLE LINERS. 

BLACK, POLISHED HANDLES, NICKEL-PLATED FERRULES. 



No. 1 By doz. $ .85 

" 2 " .95 



No. 3 By doz. $1.10 




h> inch. 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Go's 
RUSSIA SABLE GROUNDING BRUSHES. 

POLISHED CEDAR HANDLES, NICKEL-PLATED FERRULES. 



| inch. 



.By doz. $1 SO 
. " 1.95 

. " 2.20 



| inch By doz. $2.50 

| " " 2.75 

1 " " 3.25 



J inch 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
CAMEL HAIR GROUNDING BRUSHES 

WHITEWOOD HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 

wide Bv doz. $ .85 

" .95 

" 1.05 



$ inch wide By doz, $1.25 

i " " 1.70 

i " M 2-00 




% inch. 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
CAMEL HAIR GROUNDING BRUSHES- CHISELED EDGE. 



FLAT— ORANGE, POLISHED HANDLES, TIN FERRULES 

f inch wide Bv doz. $ .85 

I " " 1.20 

i " u 1.50 



J inch wide Bv doz. $1.85 

. " 2.20 
" 3 00 



1 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
CAMEL HAIR BRUSHES -SHORT. 

ROUND POINT-WHITEWOOD HANDLES, WIRE-BOUND QUILLS. 

No. 1 By doz. $1.75 No. 4 By doz. $3.10 



2.15 
2.60 



360 
425 



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283 



For China Painting. 



H in^h- 




£ inch wide. 

A tt 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
CAMEL HAIR TINTING BRUSHES. 

WHITEWOOD HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 

By doz. $. 85 

.... " .95 

.... " 1.05 



| inch wide. 
I M . 



.Bvdoz. $1.25 
■ " 1.70 




No. 2. 
11 4. 



F. VV. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
FITCH HAIR STIPPLERS-SLANTING. 

WHITEWOOD HANDLES, WIRE-BOUND Ql II LS 



.By doz. 



$3.25 
4.50 
6.75 



No. s. 
" 10. 
" 12. 



.By doz. $8.00 
. " L0.50 

. ■• 13.00 




No. 2. 
" 4. 
" 6. 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
FITCH HAIR STIPPLERS-SQlJARE. 

WHITEWOOD HANDLES, WIRE-BOUND QUILLS. 

By doz. $3 25 No. 8. 

" 4 50 '10. 

" 6.75 



.By doz. $s.00 
10.50 
13.00 



384 



F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



For China Painting 



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CAMEL HAIR SHADERS-POiNTED. In Quills. 



Nos. 1 2 * 

By gross, $3 00 3.50 4.50 

" dozen, .25 .30 .40 



4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


5.75 


7.00 






10.75 


.50 


.60 


.70 


.80 


.90 




CAMEL HAIR SHADERS-SQUARE. In Quills. 



Nos. 


1 


o 


3 


4 


5 


6 


- 
< 


8 


By gross, 


$3.00 


3.50 


4.50 


5.75 


T.oii 


8.25 


9.50 


10.75 


M dozen, 


.25 


.30 


.40 


.50 


.60 


.70 


.80 


.90 






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285 












For China Painting. 




CAMEL HAIR TRACERS. In Quills. 



N09. 


Trenton 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


* 


8 


By gross, 


$8.75 


3 25 


3.75 


4.50 


5.75 


7.00 


8 25 


9.50 


10.75 


" dozen, 


.35 


.30 


.35 


.40 


.50 


.60 


.70 


.80 


.00 



; 




\ 




CAMEL HAIR PAINTING BRUSHES-SHORT. In Quills. 



Nos. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


By gross, 


$3 00 


3.50 


4.50 


5.75 


7.00 


8.25 


9.50 


10.75 


11 dozen, 


.25 


.30 


.40 


.50 


.60 


.70 


.80 


.90 



386 



F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



For China Painting. 



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.4 



CAMEL HAIR PAINTING BRUSHES- LONG. In Quills. 



Nos. 


1 


o 


3 


4 


5 


6 


T 


8 


By gross, 


$3.00 


3 50 


4.50 


5.75 


7.00 


8.25 


9.50 


10.75 


" dozen, 


.25 


.30 


.40 


.50 


.60 


.70 


.80 


.90 



CAMEL HAIR PENCILS— Miniature. In Quills. 



Nos. 


00 





1 


2 


3 


4 


By gross, 


$2.25 


2.50 


a re 


3.00 


3.50 


4 25 


" dozen, 


.20 


.25 


25 


.30 


.35 


.40 



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CAMEL HAIR SCROLLERS. In Quills. 



287 



Nos. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


By gross, 


$3.25 


3 75 


4.50 


5.75 


7.00 


8.25 


9.50 


10.75 


" dozen, 


.30 


.35 


.40 


.50 


.60 


.70 


.80 


.90 



H 



Nos. 

By gross, 
" dozen, 




CAMEL HAIR LINERS-SQUARE 



1 
$3.25 
.30 



2 

3.75 

.35 



3 

4.75 
.40 



. In 


Quills. 




4 




5 


.00 




•50 


:so 




.65 



6 

8.75 
.75 






288 



F. W. DEVOE & C. T. REYNOLDS CO. 



For China Painting, 




CAMEL HAIR CUT LINERS. 

IN QUILLS. 

Nos. 8 7 6 5 4 

By gross, $11.50 10.00 9.00 7.50 6.50 

" dozen, $1.00 -85 .75 .65 .-^ 



3 
.50 



2 
.45 



1 

4.50 

.40 




CAMEL HAIR GROUNDING BRUSHES. 
EN QUILLS. 

No. 10, Pointed By do/.. $1.20 | No. 11, Square By doz. $1.20 



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CAMEL HAIR GROUNDING BRUSHES. 

WHITE WOOD HANDLES, WIRE-BOUND QUILLS. 
No. 12. Pointed -By doz. $3.00 I Xo. 13, Square 



.By doz. $3.00 



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FITCH HAIR STIPPLERS-SQUARE. 
For Blending. 

WIKE-BOUND QUILLS. 

4 5 fi 19 

7-25 9.25 11.00 13.00 
■65 .80 .95 1.10 

No. 12, Extra large, Silver-Plated Ferrules By gross, $22.00 



Nos. l 

By gross, $5.00 
By doz. $ .45 



2 
5 60 
.50 



3 

5.75 

.55 



14.50 
1.25 



Two Quills. 
By doz $2.75 



By doz. $1.90 



S 




Nos. 

By gross, 
By doz. 



1 
$5.15 
$ .45 



FITCH HAIR STIPPLER5-SLANTING. 
For Blending. 

WIRE-BOUND QUILLS. 

3 4 5 6 

6.25 8.00 9.50 11.50 

.55 .70 .80 1,00 



2 

5.75 

.50 



7 

13.75 

1.20 



8 

16.00 

1.40 



No. 12, Extra large, Silver-Plated Ferrules By gross, $23.00 By doz. $2.00 

Note.— In ordering china painting pencils, to avoid error, always specify the letter 
designating the style. * 



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F. W. DEVOE & a T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



For Fresco and Scene Painting. 




F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

ARTISTS' EXTRA FINE OX HAIR BRUSHES- LONG. 

For Fresco Painting. 

ROUND AND FLAT-RED, POLISHED HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 



No. 1. 
11 2 
'■ 3 



.By gross, $6.25 
. » 7.25 

. » 9.00 



No 4 Bv gros9, $11.40 

u 5 " 13.00 

ii fl ' " 16.10 



Assorted, 1 to 6 By gross, $10.50 



No. 14. 
" 16. 



EXTRA LARGE. 

.Bydoz. $1.75 j No. 18 By doz. $2 35 



2.00 I 



20. 



2.65 



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No. 1.. 
11 2 



For Fresco and Scene Painting. 




F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
BRfSTLE BRUSHES-- SUPER." For Fresco Painting 

ROUND-BLACK, POLISHED HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 

Bv gross, $7.15 

" 7.55 

" 8.20 



291 



No. 4 

" 5 



Assorted, 1 to 6 By gross, $9.50 



By gross, $ 9.65 
11.55 
12.90 



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F. VV. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
BRISTLE BRUSHES-LARGE-- EXTRA.- For Fresco Painting 

ROUND— CEDAR HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 

*?•# Bvdoz.$1.10 

!4 *« ion 

" 16.... 



1 35 



No. 18. per doz. $1.70 

11 20 " 2.25 

" 24 » 3.40 



F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



For Fresco and Scene Painting. 




No. 1. 
" 2 
" 3. 



F, W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Go's 
BRISTLE BRUSHES-" SUPER." For Fresco Painting. 

FLAT— BLACK, POLISHED HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 

By cross, $7.15 I No 4 Bv gross, $9.65 

" 7.55 " 5 - 11.55 

" 8.20 "6 " 12.90 

Assorted, 1 to 6 By gross, $9.50 




F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Cos 
BRISTLE BRUSHES-WIDE-** EXTRA." For Fresco Painting. 

FLAT-CEDAR HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 



inch wide. 



.Bvdoz. $1.25 

. " 1.50 

1.75 



1 inch wide 

H M 
1} « 



...By doz. $2.10 
3.00 
4.00 



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No. 1 
" 2 
" 3 



For Fresco and Scene Painting. 



* * 



.^-nfffl 



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5 6 

F. YV. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

BRISTLE BRUSHES LINERS. For Fresco Painting. 

FLAT-RED, POLISHED HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 

By gross, $10.00 

10.30 
10.75 



Assorted, 1 to 6. 



^°" * By gross, $12.00 

6 15.15 



.By gross, $12.00 



1 inch 




F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
FLAT BRISTLE FOLIAGE AND LINING BRUSHES. 

LONG STOCK, TIN BOUND, LONG CEDAR HANDLES. 

B - v .. lIoz - *«<j° I Ifinch By doz. fll.53 

■' J0 ' 2 " " 13 20 



294 



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For Fresco and Scene Painting. 




H inch. 



I hi inch. 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

BRISTLE BRUSHES -LINERS-WIDE. For Fresco Painting, 

FLAT— RED, POLISHED HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 



| inch By doz. $1.35 

* " " 1.50 

f " " 1.85 

1 " " ^15 



1 inch By doz. $2 

H " 

H " " 4W) 



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For Fresco and Scene Painting. 



295 




F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
BRISTLE BRUSHES-TWINE BOUND. For Fresco Painting. 

FINE FRENCH BRISTLES, WHITEWOOD HANDLES. 



No. 1 By doz. $1.25 

" 2 " 1.80 

" 3 •' 2.20 



No. 4 By doz. $2.60 

11 5 " 3.40 

" 6 " 4.00 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
BRISTLE BRUSHES-" SUPER EXTRA." For Fresco Painting. 

EXTRA LONG RUSSIA BRISTLES— TWINE BOUND, WHITEWOOD HANDLES 

Same as drawing above, except that the bristles are much longer and stiffer.) 



No. 1 By doz. $3.70 

" 2 " 4.25 

" 3 ! " 5.25 



No. 4 By doz. 6.50 

" 5 " 8.90 

" 6 " 10.00 







F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
BRISTLE BRUSHES. For Fresco and Scene Painting. 

SELECTED WHITE RUSSIA BRISTLES, TWINE BOUND, WHITEWOOD HANDLES. 



No. l-o By doz. $12.00 

" 2-0 " 15.00 



No, 3-0 By doz. $24.00 

" 4-0 " 30.00 



296 



F. W. DEVOK & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



For Fresco and Scene Painting. 




No. 2-0. 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
BRISTLE STENCIL BRUSHES. For Fresco Painting. 
FINE FRENCH BRISTLES, DOME POINT, WHITEWOOD HANDLES. 
By doz. $12,50 | No. 3-0 By doz. 




F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

SPECIAL BRISTLE FOLIAGE BRUSHES. 

WHITE OUTSIDE, GKEY CENTER, SELECTED RUSSIA BRISTLES, LONG, ZINC BOUND. 



3 inch By do*. $20.00 

3J •' V 28.00 



4 inch Bv doz. $26.00 




F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 

ROUND BRISTLE FOLIAGE BRUSHES. 

LONG STOCK, WIRE BOUND. 

No. 1 By doz. $6.50 I No. 2-0 ."...By doz. $9.00 

" 1-0 " 7.50 " 3-0 " H.00 



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F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
BRISTLE VARNISH BRUSHES-- SUPER. --Chiseled Edge. 

FLAT-IN TIN, CEDAR HANDLES. 
Jx incl \7 ide % doz. $1.85 3 inches wide By doz. $9.10 

2 - t . ?-25 ?* ;; u n.85 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
BRISTLE VARNISH BRUSHES -*< EXTRA. --Chiseled Edge 

FLAT— IN TIN, CEDAR HANDLES. 

1 inch wide ; By doz. $1.85 

i* " 2.20 

2 " 3.40 



2 £ inches wide By doz. $4.50 

3 lt 6.00 




F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
BRISTLE VARNISH BRUSHES-- SUPER/ 

FLAT-CEDAR HANDLES, TIN FERRULES. 



1 inch wide By doz. $1.40 

H " " 2.15 

2 " " 3.35 

2± " " 4.90 



3 inches wide By doz. $6.70 

S| " •• 8.30 

4 " •• 11. 00 



F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co's 
BRISTLE VARNISH BRUSHES-- EXTRA/' 

FLAT— IN TIN, CEDAR HANDLES. 



1 inch wide By doz. $1.00 

1J " " 1.80 

2 " " 2 40 

2J " •• 3.35 



3 inches wide By doz. $4 M 

3i " " 600 

4 " " 8.50 



298 



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pffl N ADDITION to the complete 
§ line of Brushes for Artists, pre- 
j| seated in the preceeding pages, we 
manufacture a complete line of 



PAINT and VARNISH 

BRUSHES • 



and all Brushes used by 

PAINTERS, GRAINERS, 
GILDERS and VARNISHERS, 

Giving special attention to 

COACH, CAR AND 

CARRIAGE BRUSHES. 

QUR extended acquaintance with the manufacturers of Rail- 
way Cars and Coaches, Fine Carriages, Pianos, etc., using 
our Paints and Varnishes, has opened to us unusual opportun- 
ities for ascertaining the needs of the best workmen, and the 
qualities most desirable in tools required for the best results. 
Competent workmen always appreciate superior tools. 

F. W. Devoe & Co's 

Brushes will be found in all the shops noted for Fine Work. 

We also manufacture Brushes for special purposes and 

for Photographers, Physicians, Decorators, Japanners, Enam- 

elers, Iron and other metal workers, Blackboard makers, etc. 

SPECIAL CATALOGUE OF 

Paint and Varnish Brushes 



u 



SENT UPON APPLICATION. 



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299 




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Dry Color Factories, 273 to 289 Plymouth s, 146 ro 160 John St., 
BROOKLYN, N. V. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

DRY COLORS. 



CHROME GREENS, 
PRUSSIAN BLUES, 
CHROME YELLOWS, 
"ZUBIA VERMILION," 
" SWISS VERMILION/' 
"PARK LAWN GREEN," 
INDIAN REDS, 



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PARIS GREEN, 

CHINESE BLUE, 

QUICKSILVER VERMILION, 
"PERSIAN SCARLET," 
"DURABLE EMERALD GREEN, 
CARMINE, LAKES, 
Etc.. Et< Etc 



SPECIALTY OF DRY COLORS FOR GRINDERS. 



300 



F. W. DEVUE ft C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Painters' Colors, Finely Ground in Oil, 



COACH AND CAR COLORS, 
SPECIAL COLORS FOR RAILROADS, 
"FLORENTINE FRESCO COLORS," 
"ARTISAN GRAINING COLORS," 



Wall Paper Pulp Colors, 

. . and . . 

Fine Dry Colors 

. . for . . 

Lithographers. 



IMPORTERS OF CHOICE SELECTIONS OF 

Turkey Umbers, Italian Siennas and Ochres* 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



"Park Lawn Green," on oil.) 



LIGHT, MEDIUM, DARK AND EX. DARK SHADES. 

The color is strong, clear, brilliant and permanent ; its covering 
properties are unequalled and it is free from qualities objection- 
able to health. It is intended for use on Window Blinds, Orna- 
mental Iron Work, Machinery, etc., in place of the best Chrome 
or Paris Greens. 

Circulars with Painted Specimens of the Shades Sent on Request. 



m 



Durable Emerald Green, (in on. 



> 

This brilliant Green has been before the public for more than 
thirty years, and is unexcelled for strength of color, 
covering properties, and durabilitv. We also offer the 
DRY article, for the special use of GRINDERS and 
PAINTERS. 



FLAT 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



"BRICK RED," ^ 



Made Specially for the Last, or 
' Finishing Coat," on Brick Buildings. 



This article contains all the drying and binding ingredients required to make 
a perfect flat, bright Brick color, on any kind^of Bricks. Only Spirit of 
Turpetine is needed to prepare it for use. It is proof against rain in 
thirty minutes. 

Circulars with Painted Specimens of the Shades Sent on Request. 



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Agricultural Colors, Primers, and Varnishes. 

We make a specialty of colors for manufacturers of Agricultural Machinery, and 
pay particular attention to the production of REDS of great brilliancy and 
relative permanence, at moderate cost. We also match any shades of other 
colors when ordered in appreciable quantity, and furnish suitable Primers 
for dipping, at lowest rates. 

OUR AGRICULTURAL VARNISHES AND JAPANS 

are used by some of the largest and most celebrated manufacturers, and 
specially commended for BODY and WEARING qualities. 

Correspondence solicited and close quotations given for quantities. 



PATENT BLUING BAGS. 

This well-known LAUNDRY BLUE has been before the public for some twenty- 
five years, and is universally recognized as the most economical, cleanly and perfect 
article in the market for Laundry purposes. 

See Special Circular for particulars and prices. Send for sample. 



HARD ENAMEL COLORS. 

These colors dry hard in forty-eight hours with a high enamel-like gloss, similar 
to the surface on an enameled brick or tile, and are suitable for New Furni- 
ture, Old Furniture, Bathtubs, Bathroom Walls, Butlers' Pantries, Tables, 
Chairs, Kitchen Sinks and Shelving, Mop and Baseboards, Wickerwork, and 
Decorative Work. 

THESE PAINTS ARE SUGGESTED FOR USE IX HOTELS, HOSPITALS 
AND PLACES WHERE MUCH CLEANING IS NECESSARY— CON- 
TINUED WASHING WILL NOT MAR THEIR ENAMEL-LIKE 

GLOSS. 



"ARTISAN GRAINING COLORS/' 

Prepared in Oil, and Ready for use, by thinning with boiled Linseed Oil and Spirit of 
Turpentine. They contain all necessary ingredients, and will dry in twelve hours. 



LIGHT OAK, 
DARK OAK, 
WALNUT, 



3 



i 



MAHOGANY, 
CHESTNUT. 



These Colors secure in a reliable form, the exact shades needed for imitations of 
the above-named woods. Explanatory Circulars, with Sample of the Colors on Grained 
Specimens, sent on application. 



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P. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



F.W. Devoe & Company's 
PURE MIXED PAINTS. 



READY FOR USE. 



GUARANTEED MADE FROM PURE LINSEED OIL ONLY. 

SEND FOR SAMPLE CARDS-SHOWING 48 SHADES. 



Our Ready Mixed Paints are not "Chemical," "Rubber," "Patent," or "Fire- 
proof." We use no secret or patent method in manufacturing them, bv which benzine, 
water and rosin are made to serve the purpose of pure Linseed Oil. 

Having had many years' experience in the manufacture of colors direct from the 
crude materials, we claim to be thoroughly acquainted with the peculiar qualities of the 
different pigments used in the composition of mixed paints, and also understand better 
their relationship when in combination than can be possible with those who simply buy 
their dry materials, and then grind them. 

Strictly pure white lead (although popularly considered the best of pigments) we have 
found no desirable as a finishing coat on outside work, as it is (owing to its chemical na- 
ture) easdy affected by the action of the atmosphere, which causes it to chalk off or disap- 
pear m the form of a dust or powder. Zinc paint we also found very unsatisfactory as 
being brittle in its nature, it was liable to crack or Hake off 

»„H n!!?? 1 n ding . J T h °Z t0 C ° mbine the different P , « n » ent8 in tbe correct proportions, 
and thoroughly gnnd.ng them in pure linseed oil, properly treated so as to preserve it 
elastictty we claim to have succeeded in producing an exterior coating tha is th belt 
and mos lasting yet made We hold that our paint is the most economical o an, from 
the fact that one gallon will cover a greater surface and do it more thoroughly than any 
-old 1 ° n ! Umer ™ t " 0t be misl6d h * ^ P^per gallon at which cheap^ Led pafnts 
how we/l that COnS f ,der . hOW m " ch Mk U "Vires to paint over a given surface, and bo" h 
how well that surface is covered and how long it will wear 

During the years 1884 and 1885 the entire structures of the Elevated Railroads of 
Brooklyn and New York City (25 miles) were painted with our Ready Mixed Paint It i 
also being used very largely by the Pennsylvania Railroad ; New Yo'rkCenral Railroad 
Delaware. Lackawanna and Western Railroad , New York, Lake Erie and Western Tad' 
Z I'^oJZL? :T ° n tUeir StiU ' IOnS aDd bHdge8 - T ° M -™ ne interested we couWfu." 

iZissiL^sr oo numerous to memion uere ' ot peopie ^ — - d ~ 



F. W. DEVOE & COMPANY'S 

PURE GRAPHITE PAINT, 

PREPARED READY FOR IMMEDIATE USE. 

»^!^^ I ^^1Sis^^ri and contains no iamp biack - »™ 

which remains elastic and pre ves ST'vltL v or tH TE^ ^"^ "^ "' 
best ANTI-BUST paint for a! iron work su h as beamf c T^' "^ * " ^ 
iron exposed to the weather eamSl corru « ated lr °° roofs, and all 



NEW YORK AND CHICAGO. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

Bridge . and . Roof . Paints, 

FOE THE PRESERVATION OF 

ALL KINDS OF IRON WORK. 

These Paints are prepared read}' for immediate use, and are made of the best 
materials for preserving Iron Work. They contain no Benzine, Water or Alkalis, and 
are made of Pure Oxide of Iron, Linseed Oil and Driers. 



"HOUSE AND VILLA" PAINTS 

IN LIQUID FORM READY FOR USE. 

We have recentl) r revised this popular line of Paints and added many new and beau- 
tiful shades. 

Sample cards furnished on application. 



"STEAMBOAT" PAINTS 

IN PASTE FORM, 

FOR PAINTERS' USE. 

Put up in Kegs of 100 lbs. and upward. 
Packed in 200 lb. Cases of 8-25 lb. hailed Tin Cans, 
and in 100 lb. Cases of 4-25 lb. 
These are identical in composition with our well-known " House and Villa" Paints,, 
but presented in this form for the benefit of the Practical Painter, and others who prefer 
to thin their own paints. 



FLOOR PAINTS. 

These contain all the necessary ingredients to make them dry hard over night, and 
withstand both the weather and the wear of washing with hot water and soap. 

The paint is ready for immediate use, and is put up in cans with a thin top, which 
can be cut out with a penknife. Stir thoroughly and apply with a stiff brush. 

One half-gallon can of this paint will cover a floor measuring 10 x 13 feet, two coats. 
They cover well and are finely ground. 



SAMPLE CARDS OF COLORS ON REQUEST. 



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MANUFACTURERS OF 



Special Railroad Colors. 



For several years we have given special atten- 
tion to the preparation of colors for painting 

PASSENGER CARS, 
LOCOMOTIVES, 
TRUCKS AND 
FREIGHT CARS. 

In consultation with many of the most experienced, practical and skillful painters 
connected with the various railroads throughout the country, we have made a careful 
study of the best colors, and combinations of colors, to produce 

SHADES THAT WILL BE 

UNIFORM, DURABLE AND ECONOMICAL. 

We find that in matching colors, or making compound colors, different people use dif- 
ferent pigments, and while the effect of color may appear the same when first put on, one 
painting will hold its color and the other fade rapidly. We manufacture the dry colors, and 
are, therefore, well informed of their chemical properties. In making selections of pigments 
to produce combinations, we pay special attention to the durability of the result. 

Our method would ensure uniformity in work turned out at different shops— not only 
when first delivered, but work which will wear uniformly well. We also pay special atten- 
tion to fine grinding and to the quality of the medium in which the paint is ground, so as to 
have a smooth surface, and one that will not crack. 

We make special colors to order, and will match any samples which may be sent us. 






MANUFACTURERS OF 

Coach and Car Colors Ground in Japan. 

THESE COLORS ARE PREPARED SPECIALLY FOR 
COACH, CAR AND CARRIAGE PAINTING, AND ARE 
GROUND IN JAPAN OF OUR OWN MANUFACTURE. 

We manufacture our own Dry Colprs, and are, therefore, sure as to their purity, and 
well informed of their chemical properties. The colors which we grind in Japan are of 
the most durable kind. 

We issue a special circular containing; Priced List and Specimens of 
Colors in Japan, which will be sent on application. 




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MANUFACTURERS OF 



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GLOSS CARRIAGE PAINTS 



_ CARRIAGES, 

Fo^Repamtm^ COACHES, and 

BUGGIES. 



^THESE Colors are pre- 
* pared for immediate use 
and contain all the neces- 
sary ingredients. The paint 
will dry with a very high 
glosa 

WE MANUFACTURE .N GL^^RRUGE^AJNTS THE FOLLOW.NG 

COLORS: 
COACH BODY GREEN, IVOKY m/c// ^ 

WINE C0Z0 *- CHROME YELLOW, ' 



VERMILIOX, 
GEAR GREEN, 
TUSCAN RED, 



COBALT BLUE. 



Samples and Directions for Use sent to any address. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Paste Wood Surfacer 



OR FILLER. 



IT FILLS THE PORES OF THE WOOD THOROUGHLY, SO 

THAT A BRILLIANT FINISH IS OBTAINED WITH 

BUT ONE COAT OF VARNISH 



To all persons engaged in Finishing Natural Woods, we recommend this Surfacer or 
Filler as the best and cheapest means for reaching the desired result, viz.: 

A HANDSOME, BRILLIANT AND DURABLE FINISH, 



i3 D'P ECT| ONS.— Thin the Filler with Spirit of Turpentine to the consistency of Heavy 
tfody Varnish. If it sets too quick, add a little Raw Linseed Oil. Apply with ordinary 
paint brush (well worn), rubbing well into the wood. Allow it to set until it assumes a 
whitish appearance, which will be from fifteen to twenty minutes ; then scrape off with a 
square putty-knife, or wipe off with rags or waste. The best result is gained by scraping. 
Use a sharp stick to clean out the crevices in ornaments or mouldings. Allow the 
filled w T ork to stand, after scraping and cleaning off, from eight to ten hours; then pro- 
ceed to finish with Shellac or Varnish as desired. Care must be taken not to go over more 
surface with the Filler than can be cleaned off before hardening. 



No. \ Surfacer or Filler, — 

USED FOR ASH AND OTHER 
LIGHT WOODS. 



No* 2 Surfacer or Filler,— 

USED FOR WALNUT and OTHER 
DARK WOODS. 



F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 






Liquid Stain Filler* 



OUR Liquid Stain Filler combines in one mixture the necessary ingredients by 
which filling and staining may be done at one operation. 
The Result is a saving of Time, Labor and Money. 
It Dries hard over night, and is applied with an ordinary paint brush. 
Sandpapering is hardly necessary, although if the surface be gone over lightly after 
drying, it will insure the best results. 

Imitations of the following woods may be produced by using our Liquid Stain 
Filler : 

LIGHT OAK, DARK OAK, ANTIQUE OAK, 

A ^H, CHESTNUT, CHERRY, 

MAHOGANY, ROSEWOOD, WALNUT. 

Natural Woods which require no staining are tilled with our Liquid Transparent 
Filler, carrying a label with the word Transparent in place of the name of any of the 

woods. 

The Pigment used in these fillers is of a peculiar nature. It fills the pores of the 
wood very effectually, and forms a very hard surface upon which the coat of varnish 
stands out with great effectiveness. 

This Filler is best used on close-grain woods. 

On Natural Oak and Ash and other very open grain woods it is better to use our 
Paste Filler. 

F. W. Devoc & Co's Varnish Stains. 

Staining and Varnishing in One Operation, 
TO IMITATE 

i ROSEWOOD, 

i WALNUT, 

MAHOGANY, 
I CHERRY, 

® OAK. 

Our Varnish Stains are made by combining the best of stains with a first-class var- 
nish. They contain no aniline colors, which fade and at the best give but poor and harsh 
imitations of natural woods. Neither do they contain any benzine, which produces a very 
poor varnish with little gloss and a disagreeable odor. By the application of one coat they 
stain and varnish the surface on which they are put. The result is an exact imitation o f 
the desired wood with a fine varnish finish. Old work can be satisfactorily re-stained and 
varnished by the use of our Varnish Stains and be made to look as good as new. They 
are suitable for all kinds of old furniture, baseboards, doors, and decorative work of all 
kinds. Housekeepers will find them invaluable for renovating ail kinds of woodwork. 
They are put up in soft top tin cans which can be opened without any trouble with a pen- 
knife. Stir thoroughly when opened and apply with a flat bristle brush preferably. 



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F. W. DEVOE & CO'S 

WOOD STAIIsTS. 

To imitate EBONY, ROSEWOOD, MAHOGANY, CHERRY, WALNUT, 
DARK OAK, LIGHT OAK, ANTIQUE OAK. 

Practical Stains.— These stains are made of the very best materials, and are first-class 
in every respect. They are practical goods, and can be used on large jobs and for fine work. 

Architects and houseowners specifying these goods will find them eminently satis- 
factory. 

We shall be pleased to send to anyone sample boards stained with these stains. They 
will be found to be very exact imitations of the various woods noted. 

Oil Stains.— They are w T hat are known as oil stains, and will not raise the grain of the 
wood as do the cheaper water stains. They do not contain any aniline colors which fade 
and at the best make unnatural colors. 

What is known as whitewood is the best of the soft woods for taking a stain. 

Application. — The stains should be very carefully and thoroughly stirred up to an even 
consistency before using, and are best applied with a fiat bristle brush. If you desire the 
staining to be light in color the work should be well brushed out. 

Deep Tones. — One coat is sufficient for all ordinary work, but if you want the color 
deeper it w T ill be necessary to give the w r ood a second coat or even a third coat for extra 
deep or dark work. Between the coats, allow to dry seven or eight hours. It is desirable 
to rub the work with a piece of cloth after it is fully dry, before varnishing, but do not use 
sand paper. The work should be allowed to stand over night before varnishing. 

Varnishing.— In varnishing it is desirable to use F. W. Devoe& Co'sNo. 1 Coating at 
$4.00 per gallon, or No. 2 Coating at $2.50 per gallon, or F. W. Devob & Go's Hard Oil 
Finish at $1.50 per gallon. Either of these varnishes will bring out the color properly and 
insure a lasting surface. On floors and other places subject to hard wear, No. 1 Coating 
should be used. . 

Wood Filler.— Coarse-grained or open-drained woods should be filled with * . W 
Devoe & Go's Wood Filler before staining, in order to insure a first-class job. Wood 
Filler is applied with a stiff bristle brush and well rubbed into the grain of the wood and 
then rubbed off entirely from the surface of the wood with a cloth. The Filler can be 
rubbed off 20 or 30 minutes after applying Do not wait until it gets too hard. For Ma- 
hogany effects you should use Mahogany Filler ; for Walnut use Walnut Filler, etc. 

Graining —Anyone who has had some practice in the graining of woods can imitate 
the grain of the woods desired by drawing a piece of wadded-up cloth carelessly over the 
wet stain to obtain a cloudy or streaked effect. 

Woodwork that has been painted cannot be stained. A good workman can use these 
stains over painted work and make a good job of it; but this would not be staining, it 
would be graining, because the wood itself would not receive any of the stain as it would 
not pass through the old paint into the wood. 



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F. W. DEVOE & CO'S 

BICYCLE ENAMELS 

AIR DRYING-READY FOR IMMEDIATE USE. 



Bicycle Light Blue. 
Bicycle Dark Blue. 



Bicycle Black. Bicycle Carmine. Bicycle Yellow. 
Bicycle White. Bicycle Green. Bicycle Maroon. 

Put up in half-pint and quarter-pint tins, which can be re-sealed air-tight after using some 
of the Enamel, thus preserving the Enamel for future use. 



F. W. DEVOE A C. T RAYNOLDS CO. 



F. W. DEVOE & COS 

"HARD WAX POLISH." 



DIRECTIONS FOR USING. 

New floors should first be filled with F. W. Devoe & Co's Paste Wood Filler. 
Thin the filler with a little turpentine and rub it well into the wood, either with a stiff 
brush or a bunch of rags. In half an hour, after it has set, clean off the surface thoroughly 
with a wad of rags or of excelsior, rubbing across the grain. Allow the work to stand 
twenty-four hours, when the surface will be thoroushlv drv. Now apply a coat of our 
Wax Polish, either with a rag or a brush, letting it dry for about half an hour; then take 
a stiff brush with a long handle (a weighted one is the best) and rub across the grain first, 
then with the grain, after which attach a piece of cloth, felt or carpet, to the bottom of the 
brush to give it the finishing gloss. If more gloss be required, a second coat may be 
applied in the same way. See that all the undercoatings are dry before commencing to 
put on the Wax Polish. 

After the floor has been finished, do not use it for at least half an hour, if possible. 

To keep the floors in condition, all that is necessary is to occasionally go over the 
floor with the polishing brush, covered with a cloth. Where the floor has the greatest 
amount of wear, a light coat of the polish may be applied from time to time. 

In sweeping, use a broom covered with a canton flannel bag. If it is necessary to 
wipe the floor, use a cloth dampened with warm water. Do not ever use soap. One 
pound of our Wax Polish will go over at least two hundred square feet of floor. 

The polish appears to be rather hard in the can, especially in cold weather, but 
under a little manipulation it becomes almost a liquid. 

Floors that have been previously treated with shellac or varnish should be first 
rubbed over with a mixture of good raw linseed oil, turpentine and dryer, say half oil, 
half turpentine and ten per cent of dryer. Do not put too much on. Wipe off* and allow 
to dry before applying the Wax Polish. 

FLOOR WAXING AND POLISHING BRUSH 




IRON WEIGHTED, WITH PROTECTED EDGES AND SIDES. 



Siccatine Liquid Dryer. 



The Siccatine contains nothing injurious to White Lead or other Paints will not 
curdle in cold weather, will mix with all kinds of Paint Oils, and, unlike Japan, no injury 
can result from using an excessive quantity, as it cannot impair the wearing properties of 
the Paint in which it is used, or interfere with the smoothness under the lirush it con- 
taining nothing tacky in its composition. 



NEW YORK AND CHICAGO. 



STRICTLY PURE PARIS GREEN, 

For the POTATO BUG AND COTTON WORM. 



MMOJSG the very first to respond to the great demand for Paris Green created by the 
*** advent of the Potato Bug, we have acquired an experience and facility in the manu- 
facture of the article possessed by few other houses, and no brand is more widely known 
and esteemed than that of C. T. R. & Co. 

Send for our Pamphlet on the Potato Bug and Cotton Worm* 



English and Chinese Vermilions and Carmine* 

These staple articles appear in our special list of Dry'Colors under their appropriate 
heads; but we call attention to them here because we have unusual facilities for their pro- 
duction, insuring purity and uniformity ; thus enabling us to supply them to the greatest 
advantage. Send for prices and samples. 



Importers of VIEILLE MONTAGNE CO'S 

OXIDES OF ZINC: 

'GREEN SEAL,"-PARIS. "RED SEAL, "-PARIS. "RED SEAL,"-ANTWERP. 



GRINDERS OF SAME — STRICTLY PURE — IN LINSEED OR 

POPPY OIL. 

Sole Agents in the United States for the Oxide of Zinc, Ground in Poppy Oil, by the V. M. Co. 



s**»r By WHITE LEAD, **£££ <*. 

IN CASKS, KEGS, PAILS AND SMALL CANS. 



Importers and Manufacturers of 



FINE ENGLISH DROP BLACK', RED LEAD, LAMP BLACK, PA TEXT DRYER, 
DRY WHITE LEAD, FRENCH OCHRE, DRY OXIDE OF ZINC, GLUE, 
WHITING, PUTTY, PARIS WHITE, LINSEED OIL, ULTRAMARINE 
BLUE, SPIRIT OF TURPENTINE, POWDERED VERDIGRIS, GRAINERS* 
TOOLS, ORAXGE MLXERAL, GLAZIERS' DIAMONDS, VENETIAN RED, 
PAINTERS' CUTLERY, LITHARGE, SMALTS, SPONGES, PUMICE STONE, 
GUM SHELLAC, ETC, 

AND ALL SUPPLIES FOR PAINTERS- 



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NEW YORK AND CHICAGO. 



811 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Fine Varnishes and Japans. 

PIANO, CABINET AND FURNITURE VAR- 
NISHES. COACH, CAR AND CARRIAGE 
VARNISHES. AGRICULTURAL IMPLE- 

MENT VARNISHES. WHITE DAMAR VAR- 
NISHES. FINE RAILWAY VARNISHES. 
SHELLAC VARNISHES. ARTISTS' VAR- 
NISHES. JAPANS, ETC. 



VERNOSITE, 

Manufactured by 

New York, F. W. DeVOe & CO., Chicago. 

The Highest Grade of 

Spar Varnish, 



For coating and protecting 

Spars, Rails, Decks, 

Woodwork on Yachts, 

Steamboats and Canoes* 

We could not use better materials in its Composition. 

It is Perfectly Elastic. It will not Turn White. 

It will not Crack or Blister. It is Entirely Transparent. 

It can be washed with Hot Water and with Soap, but not with Saponifier. 

It will retain its Gloss intact for the Whole Season. 

WE have in our possession many letters from the owners of Yachts, and from Steam- 
boat Companies who have used our VERNOSITE for several seasons, and who 
have been kind enough to endorse and recommend it. We have also the individual endorse- 
ment of numerous hardwood finishers, as well as the corporate endorsement by the Master 
Painters' and Decorators' Association of the United States. 




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F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



ON VARNISHED INTERIORS. 

e I isHE superior appearance of varnished woodwork is now very 
generally acknowledged, and the change late years have wit- 
nessed in interior finishing is surprising. The question in these days 
is, what is the varnish that can be used with entirely successful results 
on fine cabinet work. Our experience has been, that for good work 
people do not want to use cheap materials, and are almost always 
willing to pay for what is guaranteed to be a first-class article. 

THE R W. DEVOE & 

C T. RAYNOLDS CO, VARNISHES 

have ever been made up with an idea to brilliancy and durability, and the advantage of 
using a standard varnish is shown on panels, wainscoting and floors in many beautiful 
residences. 

Certain new qualities are necessary to-day, however, in consideration of the rapid 
advance in finest cabinet work, where natural woods of great beauty make homes and pub- 
lic buildings most attractive. 

A system of varnishes that is a refinement on the class of goods ordinarily adapted to 
the needs of interior work has been invented, so that our Special Decorators' Varnishes made 
for each wood, Maple, Oak, Mahogany, are used now in the best housework to secure a 
perfect finish, at the same time bringing out the grain and color of the wood. 

The depth of body and easy working of these varnishes, as well as their color, com- 
mend them particularly to all house-owners. 

*»• *^ t. t5* 



Special Decorators' Varnishes. 



BEST PALE MAPLE 

For finest work on light woods, such 
as Maple, and on delicate colors in 
decorative work. 

BEST PALE MAHOGANY 

For natural Mahogany, also for use 
over colors. 

BEST LIGHT HARD OAK 

A hard-drying varnish for Oak or 
other light woods. 

BEST DARK HARD OAK 

For old English or Antique Oak and 
Walnut. 

BEST CHURCH OAK 

A durable and hard-drying varnish 
for church seats. 



R W. Devoe & Co. 

Fine House Varnishes. 



VERNOSITE 

For front doors, and all exposed wood. 
PALE INTERIOR 

An exceedingly pale, hard-drying var- 
nish for finest inside work. 

MARBLE FLOOR FINISH 

Is unsurpassed for its drying proper- 
ties and durability. 

CABINET RUBBING 

Used where not as high a grade as 
Interior is desired. 



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F. W. DEVOE & COMPANY'S 

SUPERIOR . WOOD . COATING 

THE WOOD COATING, OR PROTECTOR, 
is to be used in all places where you wish to prevent the entrance of damnness disea, P 
or other foul matters. For its great value in this respect it has no equal ' ' ' 

or hrJt !! ,e ^ r f Ct f°!', of " ew work by giving the woods coming in contact with the walls 



C. T. RAYNOLDS & CO'S 

INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR 

Durable Wood Finishes 




FOR INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR USE. 

SEND FOR DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULAR.) 

These superb goods are without an equal for developing the latent natural 
beauties of woods; imparting to them a beautiful lustre and rendering them practically 
imperishable. J 

The "Interior" is indispensable for Floors, Bathrooms, Kitchens, Hallways, 
etc., etc., while the "Exterior" is equally so for protection against the weather,' 
action of salt water, and all climatic and atmospheric influences. 

We guarantee them the best in the market. 



" INTERIOR" 

should be used instead of Hard Oil Finish or Shellac Spirits, as no grease, soap or 
water will spot or stain its surface. 

" EXTERIOR" 

is the most Durable material ever invented for Spars, Yachts, and all outside 
woodwork. 



:$M 



F. W. DEVOB & C. T. KAYNOLDS CO. 



F* W* Devoe & Co's 



METALLIC COPPER ANTI-FOULING 
COMPOSITION FOR WOODEN BOTTOMS 




Preserves 

Vessels 

Bottoms 

FROM DE- 
STRUCTIVE 
EFFECTS OF 
BARNACLES 
AND WORMS 
AND PRE- 
VENTS ACCU- 
MULATION 
of SEAGRASS 
AND OTHER 
MARINE 
SUBSTANCES 



This material is made with finely divided Metallic copper and not with the Oxide of 
copper, which is cf little or no value against fouling. Our Composition is put up in Cop- 
per pails of gallon, half-gallon and quarter-gallon measure? they are all strictly full 
measure by U, S, Standard gallon of 231 cubic inches. 



VERNOSITE 
FRENCH VERDIGRIS 
COPPER BRONZE 
MARINE BLACK 
FRENCH WHITE ZINC 
BRONZE GREEN 
DECK PAINT 
SMOKE STACK PAINT 
HARD ENAMEL WHITE 



We think that one of these is as good as a Thousand. 



D. Heissenbuttel. H 



D. Heissenbuttel, 
sec Y. 



L Alpers. 

TREAS. 



New Jersey Dry Dock and Transportation Co. 

SAW AND PLANING MILL 
Office No. i Broadway, room 194. telephone 336 john. 

THOS. DRUM General Manager. 






. F. W Dev< 






> Paint undi 1 
ive during this time used it in competition 
lard ■:.■■■ ■■■:.. the oipor 

all otk - 
• to keep 
■■•' ng • ■• .' 1 manner more 

1 h any other taint we have ever used. It* 1 

Yourt 7 cry truly, 
If. D. Heissenbuttel, Sec'y, per H. 



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INDEX. 



Page. 
...12 

. .. 17 



226 

840 

is I 

231 



Absorbent Canvas. 

Academy Hoards. 

Academy Box Oil Colors— fitted 

Adhesives 

Agate Burnishers 

Air Pencils 

Alphabet Books 

Aluminum Bronze Powder 

Aluminum Leaf 

Amateur Box Oil Colors fitted and empty. . '. 23 

Amber Curves j (s 

Amber Triangles u-» 

American Whit.' Drawing Paper 154 

Aquarelle Tablets j |., 

Art Amateur Studies is; to 192 

Art Interchange Studies 181 to 186 

Atomizers 

Attachment— Kasel 

Audax Drawing Paper. . . 154 

Automatic Shading Pens and Inks 95 

Background Crayons. 

Badger Blenders 349 

Badger Brushes— Artists'— for Oil Painting.. 

247 to 249 

Beginners Bos— oil Colors— fitted 22 

Blackboard Crayons and Chalks 77 

Blocks Sketch 161,162 

Blocks— Oil Sketching.... .....". ]■', 

Blue Print Paper and Cloth 159 

Boards— Academy y t 

Boards Bristol 149,150 

Boards— Canvas js 

Boards— Illustrators' j.-, , 

Boards— Drawing t$ 

Boards— Matt Yv 

Boards Mounting .14<i 

Hoards Novelty 150 

Hoards Oil Sketching, Peerless 18 

Boards— Pastel 15^ (55 

Boards— Scratch. 152 

Boards— Turner 150 

Books— Alphabets, Letters, Scrolls, Mono- 
grams igo 

Books— Drawing Copy 166 to 171 

Books Field jr,j 

Books— Hand 171 to 173 

Books— School Drawing hii 

Hooks— Sketch . . 162 to 164 

Hooks on Anatomy 173 

Books on Art 173 

Books on Charcoal and Crayon 175 



Hooks on ( hina Painting 

Books on Color 

Hooks on Drawing and Sketching. 

Books on Etching 

EooVa ..a i- rose, Decoration 
Books on I 



..1; 



rage. 
.. ...175 

174 

174 

176 

.179, 180 
louse Painting and Decoration . 178, 179 

Hooks on Modeling 

Books on Oil and Water Color Painting. 

Books on Ornament 

Books on Perspective 

Books on Various Subjects 

Bond Paper 

Boxes of Crayon Materials 85 to 

Boxes of Chromo-Photography Material 

Boxes— Japanned Tin, for (hina Coloi 
ted and empty 

Boxes-Japanned Tin— Moisl Water Colors- 
om P t y 

Boxes— Japanned Tin— .Moist Water Colors— 



177 
, 177 
.177 
.175 
.178 
.155 



19 



fitted.. 



.54, 55, B8, 



. 



Box Japanned Tin Oil Colors— fitted and 

empty. . . -,... tii Ti 

Boxes -Murillo— Water Colors 54, 55 

Boxes of Pastel Materials ' , s ; 

Boxes— Perfect Water Colors— empty and lit- 

ted • 60 

Boxes— Rembrandl Water Colors 54 

Boxes -Wooden— Oil Colors— empty and Jit- 

ted 22,23, 28 

Boxes— Wooden— Water Colors in l 1 

Boxes of Instruments nn, 123, 126 127 

Boxwood Protractors 133 

Box * I Scales i. 

[quid Drawing ink 

Easels 

Brass Instruments— French 125 to 127 

Brass Plagues _ 

Brass Protractors 13] 

Bristle Brushes— Artists', for Oil Painting. 

Bristle Brashes for Fresco Painting 291, 296 

Bristle Brushes for Water Color Painting 

Bristle Brushes— Varnish 

Board Triangles 

Bristol Hoards 

Brocade Leaf 

Bronze Liquid 281 

Bronze Powders 231 

Brown Sable Brushes— Artists', for Oil Paint- 

'"- .. -15 

Brown Sable Brushes for Water Color Paint. 

jus- »... a 



..Ha 

.149, 150 



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F. W. DEVOE .V: C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



INDEX— Continued. 



Page. 
Brown Sable Pencils for Water Color Paint- 
ing 

Brown Drawing Paper in rolls 157 

Brush Cases— Tin 80 

Brush Tray— Tin 29 

Brush Washi-rs Tin 29 

Brushes for China Painting 282, 283 

Brushes fur Fresco and Scene Painting. 290 to 296 

Brushes for Oil Painting 242 to 263 

Brushes for Tapestry Painting 263, 264 

Brushes for Water Color Painting 266 to 278 

Brushes— Glass, for China IT 

Bulbs— Belief. 

Burnt Rubber 04 

Burnish Gold Size 22* 

Burnishers for China 47 

Burnishers for Illuminating 225 

Burnishers— Gilders' 226 

Cabinet Nests — China 7 1 

Cabinet— Wooden Box for Oil Colors— fitted 

and empty 28 

Camel Hair Brushes for China Painting. .282, 288 
Camel Hair Brushes for Water Color Paint- 
ing 27 4 to 277 

Camel Hair Pencils for China Painting.. 284 to 288 
Came] Hair Pencils for Water Color Pann- 
ing 280, 281 

Camp Stools and Chairs 36 

Canvas Blocks 1*1 

Canvas Boards is 

Canvas Erasers 19 

Canvas— Pastel 18 

Canvas Pins 19 

Canvas Pliers 19 

Canvas— Prepared— for Oil Painting 12, 13 

Canvas on Stretchers 16, 17 

Canvas— Tapestry 210 

Cards -Ragged Edge .387 

Carton— Pen and Ink 149 

Carriage Builders' Curves ..145 

Celluloid 2 S 

Cement for fastening Jewels 47 

Centres— Horn and Metal 95 

Chairs— Sketching. 36 

Chalk Pencils in Cedar 78 

Chalks— Various 77, 7 8 

Chamois Palettes 81 

Charcoal. so 

Charcoal Paper 151 

Chinaware 7 n t • • 7 J 

China Colors in Tubes— F. W. D. & Co 40, H 

China Colors in Tubes— Royal Dresden. . . 12, 13 

China— Kilns for firing 50 

China— Oils, Mediums and Preparations in 

Bottles. 46, 47 

China Palettes 70 

China Painting Brushes and Pencils.. . .282 t.» Jsn 

China— Pencils for Drawing on 47 

China- Prepared Gold for . . 45 

China— Steel Erasers for 48 



Page. 

Chinese White— Water Color- in Tubes and 

Bottles 64 

Chromo-Photography Materials 235, 236 

Cloth -Blue Print 159 

Cloth— Tracing .156 

Colors— China— in Japanned Tin Boxes 49 

Colors for Chromo-!'hi»ti.;n aphy. 236 

Colored Crayons 76, 91 

Colors — Water — Designers' Moist 63 

Colors— Dry ., 223, 224 

Colors— EnameL 234 

Color Erasers— Steel 48 

Colors— Fresco 2l2to2l5 

Colors— Imperial— for China Painting 44 

Colored Inks 65, 66 

Colors — Oil in Japanned Tin Boxes 23 to 27 

Colors— Oil in Tubes— C. T. R. & Co s 6 to 9 

Colors— OiHn Tubes— F W D. A Co's... 2 to 6 

Colors— Oil in Tubes— Schoenfeld's 11 

Colors -Oil in Tubes— W. & N's 10, 11 

Colors— Oil in Wooden Boxes 22, 23. 28 

Colors— M a tt Bronze— in Vials 44 

Colors— Moist Water, in Japanned Tin Boxes, 

54,55,58,59,60, 62 
Colors— Moist Water— in Pans, F. W.D.& Co's, 56 
Colors— Moist Water— in Pans, W. & N.'s. . . . 57 

Colors— Moist Water— in Tubes 61-64 

Colors— Moist Water— Various 57 

Colored Pencils 91 

Colors— Royal Dresden— in Tubes 42, 43 

Colors— Royal Worcester— in Vials 43 

Color Slabs— China . . 48 

Colors— Scenic— in Pulp 225 

Colors— Special, in Vials, for China Painting, 4:} 

Colors— Tapestry 210 

Colors— Verifiable— in Tubes, F.W.D. & Co's, 

40, 41 

Colors— Water— in Cakes 51 

Companion — Japanned Tin Box, for oil 

Colors, Fitted and Empty 24 

Composition Leaf 227 

Composition Plaques 238 

Compasses— School 92 

Contes Crayons— Various 77-78 

Convex Glasses 235 

Copper Foil 232 

Copper Plates 208 

Crayons— Background 73 

Crayons- Blackboard, 77 

Crayon Boards— Illustrators. 150 

< rayons— Colored Wax 91 

Crayons— Eagle School —in wood 7fi 

Crayon Holders .80, 81 

Crayons— Imperial Wax 7'i 

Crayons - Lecturers' W 

Crayon Materials in Boxes 85 to 87 

Crayon Paper .154 

Crayons-Pastel— Half Hard 76 

Crayons— Pastel— Hard 1*6 

Crayons -Pastel— Soft .73 to 75 

Crayon Pencils in Cedar 



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INDEX— Continued. 



Page. 
Crayon Points 80 

Crayon Pointers * ' . 81 

Crayons— Sauce - ■ 

Crayons— Various 77 to Hit 

Creswiek Paper 153 

Criterion Portfolio and Sketching Outfit 91 

Cross Section Paper l, ; , 

Cups Gold and Silver 67, q$ 

Cups— Porcelain 70 

Curves 145 to 148 

Cushions— Gildera ^5 

Designers* Moist Water Colors 63 

Diamond Dust 333 

Divided Slants ; .> 

Dividers— Wooden 9;, 

Dixon's Lead Pencils sh 

Drawing Boards 9^ 99 

Drawing Board Mucilage 67 

Drawing Books— School 164 

Drawing Copy Books 166 to 171 

Drawing Inks 65 to 66 

Drawing Models 19} t 195 1% 

Drawing Papers i:,i to 160 

Drawing Tables 99 

Dresden China Colors 4^ 

Dry Colors 223 224 

Dutch MetaL 327 

Eagle Hand-Made Water-Color Paper 153 

Eagle Lead Pencils jjg 

Easel Attachment. 32 

Easels— Brass and Wire 23!) 

Easels -Wooden 32 to 36 

Eclipse Japanned Tin Boxes for Oil Colors . . ~>7 

Egg Shell Drawing Papers 158, l.">4, 158 

Ellipses 14H 

Enamel Colors 234 

English Tinted Crayon Paper 154 

Erasers —Canvas 19 

Erasers— Monochromatic Hi 

Erasers— Rubber Ink 93 

Erasers— Steel Color l\ 

Etching Tools and Materials 206 to 209 

Egyptian Water Colors 236 

Faber's Lead Pencils 89, 90, 91 

Field Books 164 

Fiies— Lead Pencil 81 

Pitch Hair Brushes for China Painting 283 

Fitch Hair Pencils for China Painting 289 

Flock 233 

Florentine Fresco Colors .212, xM3 

Fixatives s t 

Foil— Copper, Tin and Paper 

French Bristol Boards 149, 150 

French Instruments 125, 126, l-< 

French Tinted < 'rayon Papers 154 

French Varnishes 21 

French Water Colors In Boxes 53, 54, 55 

French White Drawing Paper 153 

Fresco Colors 21^ to 21o 



Iresco Stencils 216 to 222 

Fresco and Scene Painting Brushes. ...290 U 

Frosted Plaques , . J:;s 

Frostings 

Fulton Japanned Tin Boxes for Oil Colors, 
Fitted and Empty , 05 

Gelatine 1V) 

German Silver Instruments— Fine ....ion to 111 
German Silver Instruments-Swiss ....112 to 124 

German Sliver Protractors 131 to 133 

German White Drawing Paper .....153 

Gilders' Burnishers 226 

Gilders' Cushions , jm.'i 

Gilders" Knives ggg 

Glass Brushes 47 

< 'lass M ullers ls 

(Uass Panels 237 

Glass Pencils 47 

Glass Screens mm 237 

(Mass Slabs # ^ 

.(Classes— ( onvex 

(ilassf-s— Water ^2 

Gold Cups, Shells and Tablets 67, 68 

Gold Ink— F. W. D. & Co 64 

Gold Leaf >_.; 

Gold Liquid ggj 

Gold— Liquid Bright, for China 1:, 

Gold Paint— Peerless 330 

Gold Paints— Liquid 

Gold — Prepared -for China. . yj 

Gold Preparation— F. W. I). & Co's 230 

< Jold Size 228 

Government Thumb Tacks <in 

Guards— Seals 137 

Hand Books ..171, 172, *73 

Handles for Quill Pencils .278 

Hand Stipple Drawing Paper— Boss 151, 152 

Hangers— Plaque 240 

Harding's Paper 153 

Harvard Slate Surface 233 

Holders— Pen 94 

Horn Centres 9:> 

Horn Palette Knives 39 

Horn Protractors 1.31 

Horses— Pine for Drawing Boards 91) 

Hyperbolas uh 

Illuminating Burnishers 22."> 

Illustrators' Boards 150 

Imperial Colors for China Painting 41 

Indelible Drawing Ink 6*» 

indestructible Paste 67 

India Inks— Liquid 64, fi»i 

India Ink— Sticks 68, 69 

I udia Proof Paper 155 

India Rubber 93 

Inks -Automatic Shading 95 

Inks— Drawing and Special .h:>, 60 

Ink Erasers— Rubber 98 

Ink— Gold and Silver &i 









F. W. DEVOE & C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. 



INDEX— Continued. 



Page. 

Ink - Laundry 65 

Ink Slabs 71 

Ink— White 64 

Instruments —French, Brass 125-188, 127 

Instruments— Gorman Silver 100 to 111 

Instruments— School .128 to 180 

Instruments — Superfine, Swiss . 112 to 124 

Irregular Curves 14") to 1 is 

Ivory Protractors 188 

Ivory Sheets for Miniature Painting 155 

Japan Ink 7<» 

Japanese Pearl , 232 

Japanned Tin Boxes for China Colors, Pitted 

and Empty 49 

Japanned Tin Boxes— Moist Water Colors, 

Empty 58, 59, 60, 62 

Japanned Tin Boxes— Moist Water Colors, 

Fitted 54, 55, 58, 59, 60, 62 

Japanned Tin Boxes for Oil Colors, Fitted 

and Empty 23 to 27 

Japanned Tin Brush Cases 

Japanned Tin Brush Trays 29 

Japanned Tin Brush Washers 29 

Japanned Tin Water Bottles 62 

Jewels for China 47 

Keys— Stretcher 14,15 

Kiel 78 

Kilns China 50 

Kneaded Kubber 94 

Knives— Gilders' 225 

Knives— Fainting 39 

Knives— Palette, Steel and Horn 89 

Laundry Ink 65 

Lay Figures :is 

Lead Pencils 8N to 90 

Lead Pencil Files 81 

Lead Pencil Pointers 81 

Leaf Brocade :»32 

Leaf —Gold, Silver and Metal 22] 

Leather Board Plaques 

Lecturers' Crayon's 78 

Lettering Triangles 14 1 

Lifters— Thumb Tack 95 

Linen Ledger Paper 155 

Liquid Bright Gold for China 45 

Liquid for Gold . . . 231 

Liquid Gold and Silver Paint 229 

Liquid India Ink 64,66 

Liquids - Water Color 64, 66 

Mahl Sticks. 31 

Mahogany Straight Edges \\\ 

Mahogany T Squares 139 

Mahogany Triangles 142 

Manikins 

Matt Boards 150 

Matt Bronze Colors m 

Medium— Robersou's-for Oil Painting 11 

Mediums -Artists, in Bottles 20,21 



Mediums for China Painting, in Bottles... .46, 47 
HeloadUo Brushes— Artists -for Oil Painting 21'.» 

III tallies ... 

Miniature Painting— Ivories for 156 

Models— Paper— in Relief 198 

Models— Wooden Drawing 194 fo 

Modeling— Materials— Sculptors 1 197 t 

Monochromatic Erasers 

Mounted Drawing Papers 158 

Mounting Boards \\\\ 

Mucilage— Drawing Board 6*5 

Mutters— Glass * 4k 

Murrillo Water Color Boxes : 

Nigrivorine Stumps 

Novelty Boards. i:o 

Oils— Artists'— in Bottles .20, 21 

Oil Bottles— Tin 30 

Oils in Bottles for China Painting . JH, i: 

Oil Colors in Tubes -C. T. R. A Co 6 

Oil Colors in Tubes— F. W. D. & Co 2 to 6 

Oil Colors in Tubes— Schoenfelds* 11 

Oil Colors in Tubes W. & N's 10-11 

Oil Gold Size .223 

Oil Painting Brushes 242 to 

Oil Sketching Blocks 19 

Oil sketching Boards— Peerless lfl 

O.l Sketching Paper is 

Outfit -Criterion Sketching .' 91 

Ox Hair Brushes— Artists' for Oil Painting.. 247 
Ox Hair Brushes for Fresco Painting ... .290 

Ox Hair Brushes for Water Color Painting, 

272, 273 

Painting Knives 

Palette Crayon Box 85 

Palette Cups 

Palette Knives— Steel and Horn 

Palettes —Chamois 

Palettes— China 7»i 

Palettes— Wooden 30, 31 

Panels— Wooden and Glass . 

Pantographs 97 

Paper Foil 232 

Paper Models in Relief 193 

Paper Protractors 133 

Paper Scales 137 

Paper Triangles 148 

Paper— Oil Sketching is 

Papers— Bond 155 

Papers -Blue Print 159 

Papers < rayon and Charcoal 151 

Papers— Cross Section 160 

Papers— Drawing 151-160 

Papers— India Proof 155 

Papers— Mounted Drawing 158 

Papers— Pastel 154 

Papers-Profile 

Papers— Hice 155 

Papers— Tracing 156 

Papers— Transfer or Impression .155 

Papers— Wat er Color 158 



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INDEX— Continued. 



Page. 

Parabolas j , s 

I 'arallel Rules 139 

Parchment— English 155 

Parchment— Tracing Paper mo 

Paste— Indestructible gg 

Paste— Relief . . . 44 

Pastel— Canvas 13 

Pastel Crayons— Hard 7,; 

Pastel Crayons— Half Hard 76 

Pastel Crayons— Soft 73 to 75 

Pastel Material in Boxes 87 

Pastel Papers and Boards 154, 155 

Patent Office Bristol Board . . 150 

Pearl ggg 

Pearl's Crayon Pencils 79 

Pearwood Curves 145 

Pearwood Straight Edges Hi 

Pearwood T Squares .139 

Pearwood Triangles 141, 142 

Peerless Drawing Papers 153, 158 

Peerless Gold Paint 280 

Peerless Metallic Paints 230 

Peerless Oil Sketch Boards 18 

Pen and Ink Cartons 149 

Pen Holders 94 

Pens — Automatic Shading 95 

Pens— Steel 94 

Pencil Rest 71 

Pencil Sharpeners HI 

Pencil Sticks 27a 

Pencils— Air 240 

Pencils— Chalk, in Cedar 7H 

Pencils— Crayon, in Cedar 78-79 

Pencils for China Painting 284 to 289 

Pencils for Drawing on China and Glass 47 

Pencils for Water Color Painting 879 to 881 

Pencils— Lead K8 to 90 

Perfect Water Color Box, Empty and Fitted.. 60 

" Perfection" White Edge Scales 135, 136 

Pf Ieger Stretcher Strips 15 

Philograph 92 

Photo Mounter .... ir, 

Photo-Printing Papers 159 

Pine Strips for Stretchers 15 

Pins— Canvas 19 

Plantmeter 119 

Plaques 238 

Plaque Hangers 240 

Pliers— Canvas 19 

Plotting Scales 183 

Pocket Rules— Folding 137, 138 

Points— Tracing 81 

Porcelain Cups 70 

Porcelain Plaques— Frosted 

Portable Japanned Tin Box for Oil Colors- 
Fitted and Empty 

Porte Crayons Hi 

Portfolios. 165 

Preparations— Artists', in Bottles .20, 21 

Preparations in Bottles for China Painting. 46, 47 
Preparations— Water Color 64, 66 



Prepared Canvas for Oil Painting 12 18 

Profile Papers * lfl0 

Pr0tractors '.'".**''.13l'to]33 

Pulp Colors— Scenic ggg 

Pyrography Materials .211 

Ragged Edge Cards or Panels 237 

Red Sable Brushes— Artists', for Oil Painting. 

242 to 245 

Red Sable Brushes for China Painting ...282 

Red Sable Brushes for Water Color Painting. 

266 to 269 
Red Sable Pencils for Water Color Painting 

Relief Bulbs ^q 

Relief Paste ^ 

Rembrandt Water Color Roxes 54 

Rest Sticks 31 

Reynold's Bristol Boards 149 

Rice Papers 155 

Ross' Hand Stipple Drawing Papers 151 152 

Royal Worcester Powder Colors in Vials 43 

Rubber— Burnt 94 

Rubber— India 93 

Rubber Ink Erasers 93 

Rubber— Kneaded 94 

Rubber Rollers 236 

Rubber— Sponge 94 

Rubber Stumps 33 

Rules— Folding Pocket 187, 188 

Rulers— Parallel 133 

Russia Sable Brushes— Artists', for Oil Paint- 

iQ g 246 

Russia Sable Brushes for China Painting . . ..282 
Russia Sable Brushes for Water Color Paint- 
ing 270 

Russia Sable Pencils 280 

Sample Plates China Colors, Fired 41-13 

Sauce Crayons 77 

Saucers— Tinting 71 

Scale Guards 137 

Scales— Flat and Triangular 138 to 187 

Scenic Colors in Pulp 225 

Scholars' Box— Oil Colors, Fitted 

S> hool Compasses 92 

School Crayons— Eagle, in Wood 76 

School Instruments— in Cases 12-i to 130 

School— Japanned Tin Box for Oil Colors, 

Fitted and Empty 24 

School Squares or Triangles 143 

Scratch Board 152 

Sculptors' Modeling Materials 197 to 205 

Section Liners 138 

Shading Pens and Ink — Automatic 95 

Sharpeners — Pencil 81 

Shells— Gold and Silver. . 67-68 

Siberian Brushes for Water Color Paintiog. 

270, .: 

Silver Cups and Shells 67, 68 

Silver Ink— F. W. D. & Co 64 

Silver Leaf 227 



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INDEX— Continued. 



Page. 

Silver Paint Liquid. 

Silver Preparation 

Size— Gold 

Sketch Blocks 19, 161, 162 

Sketcli Books 162, 1 68 

Sketching Canvas in Hulls -. 18 

Sketching Canvas on Stretchers 1? 

Sketching Easels 85, 36 

Sketching Stools and Chairs 38 

Sketching Umbrellas 37 

Slabs— China Color 48 

Slabs— Glass as 

Sketching Japanned Tin Box for Oil Colors, 

Fitted and Empty 25 

Sketching Portfolios p;;> 

Slabs— Ink 7] 

Slants— Divided 7-j 

Slate Ink Slabs 71 

Slate Surface— Harvard 233 

Splines . . us 

Sponge Rubber H4 

Squares— T 189, 1441 

Staffs for Umbrellas 37 

Steel Pens 94 

Steel Straight Edges 141 

Steel T Squares 140 

Steel Triangles 142, 143 

Stencils— Fresco 216 to 222 

Stools— Sketching or Camp 36 

Stretchers— Canvas qd lfi, 17 

Straight Edges 141 

Stretcher Keys 14-15 

Strips— Pine, for Stretchers 15 

Stretcher Strips 15 

studies 181 to 192 

Studio Easels 32 to 34 

Studio— .Japanned Tin Box for Oil Colors, 

Fitted and Empty 26 

Stumps. 88, 83 

Swiss Instruments 112 to 119 

Swiss Instruments in Cases 120 to 124 

Swiss Protractors 132, 133 

T Squares 139, 140 

Tables— Drawing gg 

Tablets— Aquarelle . . . 1411 

Tablets- Gold 67, 68 

Tacks— Thumb % 

Tapestry Canvas gio 

Tapestry Colors gjg 

Tapestry Painting Brushes 263, 964 

Tapestry Painting Materials 210 

Thumb Tacks. 96 

Thumb Tack Lifters 

Tin Boxes-Japanned China Colors, Fitted 
and Empty 4,, 

Tin Boxes— Japanned— Moist Water Colors, 
Empty 5g 59 60-62 

Tin Boxes— Japanned— Moist Water Colors, 
Fit ted 54, 55, 58, 59, 60, 62 

Tin Boxes— .Japanned— for Oil Colors, Fitted 
and Empty 23 to 2! 



Tin Brush Cases 

Tin Brush Trays 

Tin Brush Washers 

Tin Foil 

Tin Oil Bottles 

Tin Palette Cups 

Tin W T ater Bottles — Spanned 






Tinsel. 

Tinting Saucers 

Tort i lion Stumps 

Tracing Cloth 

Tracing Paper 

Tracing Points 

Transfer Paper 155 

Transparent A mber * 'urves 

Transparent Amber Triangles 142 

Trestles for Drawing Boards 

Triangles....... 141 t0 UA 

Triangular Scales 

Tubes— Oil Colors in— C. T. R & Co . 
Tubes— Oil Colors in— F. W. D. A. I 

Tubes— Oil Colors in— W . & N 10 1 

Tubes— Oil Colors in— Senoenf elds' . 11 

Tubes— Medium for Oil Painting— Roberson's. 11 
Tubes-Yitriflable Colors in— F.W.D.& < \> 40 41 

Turner Boards jgy 

Turnbull's Bristol Board ....'./.. 149 

Typewriter Erasers H3 

Umbrellas — Sketching 37 

Umbrella Staffs 

Varnishes- Artists', in Bottles j 

Vitriflable Colors in Tubes for China Paint- 
ing— F. W. I). & Co 40,41 

Water Bottles^Japanned Tin 

Water Color Boxes Muriilo. . . 

Water Color Boxes— Perfect, Empty "and 

Fitted * ti)> 

Water Color Boxes— Rembrandt -,4 

Water Color Brushes and Pencils 265 to 281 

Water Color-Chinese White— in Bottles and 



Tubes. 



64 



Water Color Liquids and Preparations 64-66 

Water Color Papers jgo 

Water Colors— Boxes of.52, 53, 54, 55*58 

Water Colors— Cakes in Boxes 

Water Colors— Designers' Moist 63 

Water Colors for Chromo Photography gaff 

W iter Colcrain Cakes ' * ' x 

Water Colors— Moist, in Japanned Tin I; 
tt- * „ , .. 54,55,58,59 I 

Water Colors— Moist m Pans— F W I> \- Co 5»i 
Water Colors— Moist in Pans— W. & N . * 57 

Water Colors— Moist in Tubes \\\ 

Water ( dors— Moist, Various 

Water Glasses ....!....!. 7 •> 

Wax (rayons " ' " ~ ( j gj 

Whatman's Papers ... 158 

White Drawing Papers in Kolis.. . ' "r 

White Ink 

Wire fcas-ls... 133 

Wooden Boxes-Oil Colors, Fitted and Empty. 

Wooden Dividers 

Wooden Drawing Models. ig 

Wooden Easels. 32 to 84 

Wooden Easels— Sketching V 

Wooden Manikins 

Wooden Palettes .30, SI 

Wooden Panels.... 



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